Join us for a tour through the ancient alleys and squares to awake the memory of the city’s Medieval past
Route: Portal del Roser, model of Tarraco, Cavallers St, Main St, Old City Hall, Cambrer’s Palace, cathedral’s façade, Merceria St, Jewish Neighbourhood and King’s Tower.
Since count Ramon Berenguer III expelled the moors from the city, medieval Tarragona (then known as Terragona) was a boundary place defended by its lord the archbishop and a group of knights from Normandy lead by their captain Robert d’Aguiló, Prince of Tarragona.
In what sometime reads like a something from Game of Thrones, we will guide you through the evolution of a city that was repopulated in the 12th Century and evolved in Middle Ages with its infighting and treasons between archbishops and the Normans. It’s a journey of anecdotes and exciting historical facts which will take you through the Pallol, the Cathedral, the Palace of Cambrer’s, the Castle, the Jewish quarter and the King’s Tower.