Unmissable tourist sites
Tàrrega Travel guide
Tàrrega : Michelin's recommendations
The capital of Urgell, Tàrrega lies in the Ondara valley. It is a dynamic and festive town and an important crossroads between Lérida and Barcelona. In September the popular Fira de Teatre al Carrer, a festival of street theatre, takes place here, turning the town into one big stage. The Fira de Tàrrega, which provides an opportunity for Catalan theatre groups to showcase their skills to a wider audience, also enjoys an international reputation.
Tourist attractions Tàrrega : Things to see and do
place Major 2 E - 25300 Tàrrega
This classical 17-18C building with three naves and a cupola crowning the transept crossing, overlooks the town square, the setting for numerous events, including traditional dances, concerts and plays.
place de Sant Antoni E - 25300 Tàrrega
In summer, this fine square lined with arcades is one of the busiest places in town.
C240 E - 25300 Tàrrega
Built in the 13C, it is situated on a little headland to the north of the town, offering a fine panoramic view over Tàrrega and the surrounding region. It was turned into a fort in the 18C during the third Carlist war.
Sant Pelegrí, 95 E - 25300 Tárrega
Just 550 metres from the Tàrrega Train Station, this hotel offers elegant accommodation with free wired internet. It is just 2 minutes from the A-2 Motorway connecting Barcelona with Madrid. All rooms at Hotel Ciutat de Tàrrega feature parquet floor..
Catalunya, 112 E - 25300 Tárrega
Just 10 minutes’ walk from Tàrrega Station, Hotel Pintor Marsà features a restaurant. It offers free onsite parking, free Wi-Fi, a snack bar and a 24-hour front desk. Each of the traditionally decorated rooms at Hotel Pintor Marsà has air conditioni..