TARRAGONA AND SITGES DAY TRIP FROM BARCELONA
Non-Guided Option €875
8-hr day trip. Driver Only - No Tour Guide
- Favorite Option €1195
8-hr day trip. Driver + Tour Guide
These fees are total for your party (not per person) and don't include per-person entrance fees to the visited sites
100% Private Tour
Full Day Tour
Out of Town
Not For Walking Issues
TARRAGONA AND SITGES FROM BARCELONA
A Day of History and Seaside
Do you love history and ruins, but don’t want to be too overwhelmed with facts? Does a lunch by the beach sounds appealing? Do you want to go away from the tourist crowds for a day?
Tarragona is famous for its Roman ruins, declared World Heritage by the UNESCO, and even in the Summer it never feels crowded as it’s mostly a local tourist destination. Plus the weather there is usually nice also in the Winter, because it’s South.
You can leisurely explore it in a couple of hours, and then we’ll take you to Sitges, a lovely seaside village that will slightly remind you of Monaco or Cannes, for a great lunch by the sea and a walk around.
Leave all the trouble of planning, driving and getting oriented in our hands, and with your private tour guide learn more than you’d ever had on your own.
WHY YOU'LL LOVE THIS TOUR
HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS PRIVATE TARRAGONA AND SITGES TOUR:
(Inside or Outside)
This starting time is not flexible.
SOME SITES CLOSED:
Monday: the Roman sites are closed but most of them (except the Archaeology Museum) can be seen pretty well from outside.
INCLUSIONS, EXCLUSIONS & PRICING
TAILOR THIS TOUR TO YOUR UNIQUE NEEDS
This tour is great for people interest in history, specially in the Roman times, but also wanting to spend a relaxing day out of town. It also works great for people wanting a lovely day out of town taking pictures and being outdoors (specially in the winter). It’s also a great choice to go off the beaten path: even if Tarragona is a UNESCO Site there aren’t usually crowds.
If you are traveling with kids, this is a great option because besides being educational they’ll have the opportunity to explore, walk on top of an Aqueduct, climb stairs in the Pretorium, enter tunnels in the Circus, and of course, touch old stones (which is always cool). Plus eating by the sea is always cool, and you might want to ask the guide to let them spend some time at the beach rather than walking around the village. Or go for gelato!
If you have walking issues or use a wheelchair, take into account that there’s irregular and cobble-stoned pavement in some areas of Tarragona and part of the visit is uphill. Same for the old quarters of Sitges, although the seaside promenade is OK.