Astari Hotel

Address: Via Augusta 95 - 97, Tarragona, Costa Dorada, Catalonia, 43003, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Augusta 95 - 97, Tarragona, is near Amfiteatre Roma, Cathedral, Archaeology Museum of Tarragona (Museu Nacional Arqueologic de Tarragona), and AquaPark Safari Aqualeon.
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    Travel Blogs from Tarragona

    Week Twenty One. Spain.

    A travel blog entry by stuandamanda on May 04, 2015

    Check out our new blog at Granada - Las Negras - Agres - Tarragona Monday May 4th We'd managed to bag ourselves a fantastic apartment here in Granada, right in the middle of all the good stuff and overlooking a busy little square, we could have pretty much spent all our time here just stood on the balcony watching the comings and goings in the square. It was another apartment where everything there was just about brand new; kitchen mugs ...

    Settling in

    A travel blog entry by jaeugene on Sep 07, 2014

    4 photos

    ... in the 2nd century A.D. In one of my pictures you see a statue of a human tower - this is an event that takes place every two years in Tarragona at festivals. It is still pretty hot in Tarragona, but the perfect time to visit the Mediterranean Sea, which is how I spent my Saturday afternoon. On sundays basically everything is closed, but my friend Joanna and I decided to go and explore more of the city anyways, which was very ...


    A travel blog entry by kasia-waw on Oct 28, 2007

    I arrive at the "train station" which is really a bus depot due to the construction re-routing. From what I gather this bus is free. I get on the bus for the direction of Gava. I get there and the train for Stiges is waiting. I book it along with everyone else to the train. I attempt to inform one of the people on the platform that I need to buy a ticket and he tells me on the train?? I think?? We'll see what happens. It's starts to get dark after ...

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    A travel blog entry by big8little on Apr 28, 2007

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... that was conceptualized and designed by Gaudi. We didnīt sign up for a tour or use the audio guide but it was very obvious that once finished, this place would be an amazing tribute to his legacy. Utilising his fantastic imagination coupled with discipline thatīs drawn from both his talent and his deep connection with the Roman Catholic religion, it would definitely help define the spirit of this city. It has a strong desire to remember the past ...

    Fast Cars, Nude Beaches, and Gay Fashion

    A travel blog entry by zento on Oct 28, 2006

    3 comments, 29 photos

    ... we moved out from Barcelona, the scenery changed from busy streets and avenues to light freeways up into the mountains surrounding the city. The mountains seemed like hills from far away, but when you're up close, going up them, they are monstrous. But when we were close to the peak, riding on the serpentine roads, we suddenly realized we had a mighty companion: the vast and endless Mediterranean sea to our ...