Join this wheelchair accessible half day guided tour of Reus from Tarragona and enjoy one of the most picturesque historic towns on a private tour of Reus with an official local guide. The city, known for its modernist legacy, also has a diverse and essential heritage that we will discover throughout the visit.
In this experience, you will learn all about the history of Reus, which was an important commercial hub during the Middle Ages, while we admire -from outside- notable buildings like the modernist architectural gem known as Casa Navàs. Also, we will see the impressive facade of the Prioral de Sant Pere, a late Gothic masterpiece dedicated to the patron saint of Reus. While we will walk through Reus we will discover its history, from the medieval legacy, the vestiges of the splendor of the 18th century, the noucentista past and up to the present day.
Our next stop will be the Plaça de Prim, one of the places of reference in the life of the city of Reus. Presided over by the equestrian statue of General Joan Prim i Prats, signed by Lluís Puiggener and which gives it its name, it occupies part of the space vacated by the Carmelite convent. Afterwards, we will go to Carrer de Sant Joan, where we will see a number of elegant examples of modernist architecture such as Casa Rull, then we will see from outside the Bofarull Palace, a historic building that currently houses the headquarters of the Conservatory of Music.
Finally at this wheelchair accessible Half day guided Tour of Reus from Tarragona, we will visit the Vermouth Museum, where you’ll be able to sample this drink with a long tradition in Reus. Later, we will return to Tarragona.