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Tarragona

Tarragona is a Spanish city situated in the north-east of the country, by the Mediterranean Sea. The Roman ruins of Tarraco can be found in the city, and are designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

How to get to Tarragona from
Route 1:

The fast EuroMed service links Barcelona and Alicante, and stops at Valencia en route. In total, the journey takes around 4hrs 40mins, with prices ranging from €50 - €80.

Route 2:

This journey, between Madrid and Barcelona is made on-board high-speed Alta Velocidad Espanola trains. There are services roughly every half an hour, making this journey very convenient. The AVE service is very punctual, with the operator RENFE offering a refund if your train arrives over fifteen minutes late. This journey is one of the fastest long-distance trains in operation, as you can take a non-stop service between the two cities, which takes only 2hrs and 40minutes.