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Tarragona, 90 km from Barcelona, the capital of the Costa Dorada. Roman city declared a World Heritage Site. Visit the Amphitheatre, the Rambla, the walls, the Cathedral, the Diocesan Museum,...Park your car in Tarragona with Parkimeter and enjoy.
You can park in the Regulated Area that delimits an area of the city of Tarragona where traffic is high and where it is often difficult to find parking, the best alternative is to park in a public car park.
Book a parking space near the port, in Salou or Vilaseca, during your stay in Tarragona. Search, compare and book at the best price.
In 2000 UNESCO declared the archaeological site of Tarraco a World Humanity Heritage Site.
Tarraco (Tarragona, today) was an important administrative and trading city in Roman times and the centre of the imperial cult for all the Iberian provinces. It was endowed with many buildings and parts of these have been uncovered in a series of exceptional excavations. Although most are fragmentary and many are preserved under more recent buildings, the surviving remains give an idea of the grandeur of this Roman provincial capital.
In 2000, UNESCO declared the archaeological site of Tarraco a World Humanity Heritage Site. To be included in the World Heritage list, the sites inscribed must be of universal value and meet at least one of the ten selection criteria. The Tarraco site fulfils criteria 2 and 3 established by the Committee. Thus, on the one hand, the nomination recognises that the Roman remains of Tarraco are of exceptional importance in the development of Roman urban planning and design and that this planning served as a model for provincial capitals in the Roman world elsewhere; on the other hand, it shows that Tarraco provides an eloquent and unprecedented testimony to an important stage in the history of the peoples of the Mediterranean in antiquity.