Things to see and do - Reus
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Reus Travel guide
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Spread out across the El Camp plain, Reus is at the crossroads of routes linking inland Spain with the Mediterranean. In the late 18C Charles III abolished all trade restrictions, as a result of which Reus became the second largest town in Catalonia. The Expo-Reus, one of the most prestigious trade fairs in Catalonia, has been held every October since this time. In the early 20C, the town experienced significant economic growth, which saw the construction of numerous modern buildings.
Tourist attractions Reus : Things to see and do
Plaça del Mercadal. 5 E - Reus
Off the beaten tourist coastal track, Antonio Gaudí's birthplace is home to countless Modernist buildings, some of which were the work of Lluís Domènech i Montaner. In the town centre is the Casa Navàs (1901), reminiscent of Venetian Gothic palaces (..
Carrer Llovera E - 43201 Reus
Built in 1760, it has a fine façade with an eastern door surrounded by baroque and rococo elements. Inside, the neo-classical room is decorated with frescos of Charles III and Charles IV.
pl. Castell E - 43201 Reus
A few ruins remain of the old Jewish quarter in Carreró dels Jueus, and, on Plaça del Castell, stands the only reminder of medieval Reus, a fortified building that houses the Historical Archives.
Estanislau Mateu Valls, 2 E - 43204 Reus
Brea's Hotel is located opposite Reus Congress Centre and less than 5 minutes’ drive from Reus Airport. It offers modern rooms with free Wi-Fi, an à la carte restaurant and a 24-hour reception. The air-conditioned rooms at Brea’s Hotel have wooden f..
Arrabal Robuster, 49 E - 43204 Reus
This hotel is situated in the centre of Reus, in the shopping area and next to the Modernist art route. The hotel boasts gardens, a cosy bar and an air-conditioned restaurant with à la carte menu. There is a function room available for your use if y..
E - 43204 Reus
Run by two brothers, this restaurant has a bar area and three classically-styled dining rooms. The traditional à la carte choices, with a strong focus on fish and seafood, are well supported by an extensive set menu.