How to Reach Tarragona
- By Air: Charter flights are handled at the Reus Airport which is located 7 kilometers away from Tarragona. While the Reus Transport offers a bus service to the Reus Airport, you may take the Hispano-Igualadina coach, running from Reus to Tarragona. The Barcelona Airport lies around 82 kilometers away from Tarragona. It is well connected by many national, international, and transatlantic flights. Once you land at the Barcelona Airport, it is a journey of about one hour to reach Tarragona.
- By Rail: There are two railway stations in Tarragona. The one located at the city-center has links to regional as well as internal and national long-distance trains. These include the ones running from Barcelona, Reus, Tortosa, Lleida, Valencia, Madrid, and France. The second train station is located 10 minutes away from the city center and is connected to Spain’s high-performance lines. This station facilitates connection to Barcelona, Lleida, Madrid, Saragossa, Seville, and Cardova.
- By Road: Tarragona has a comprehensive network of roads, connecting it to all the major nearby cities as well as towns. The AP-7 motorway, N-340 carriageway, N-240, AP-2 motorway, and N-420 carriageway will allow you to travel from all the major nearby cities to Tarragona. You will find buses continuously running from the neighboring cities to Tarragona.
- Most of the attractions in Tarragona are located close to the train station. Walking is one of the best ways to move around Tarragona. Local trains and taxis are your other modes of transport in Tarragona.