The hometown of acclaimed Spanish architect, Antoni Gaudi, Reus is a city of renowned beauty. Modernist buildings and spacious plazas make Reus an architect’s dream, while its proximity to the Balearic Sea and Costa Daurada Mountains attracts both beach dwellers and adventure seekers.
Things to do in Reus
Pay tribute to the city’s most famous son at the Gaudi Centre. Engage your senses and tap into your imagination as you uncover the life and times of the beloved architect. Discover how Gaudi manipulated air, water, space and light in his designs through a variety of interactive models.
Broaden your knowledge of Catalan’s history along the Modernist Route, a walking tour of 23 architecturally significant buildings. Stroll through the streets and admire the stores, apartments and villas highlighting the iconic beauty of Reus. Don’t miss Casa Navas, a famous modernist home in Reus.
Want to swim in sparkling blue waters with a Roman amphitheatre in the background? Take a trip to Tarragona to find a 15-kilometre stretch of fine golden sand. Try your hand at surfing or grab a drink and admire the Tarragona Amphitheatre, a 1,800-year-old relic.
Put on your dancing shoes and enjoy the buzzing nightlife scene in Reus. Begin your night at Tantra Cafe with a refreshing mojito before moving to Bar Bon Mar for a tasty selection of tapas. Follow the beat to Sala New York Reus and learn how to salsa from the locals.
Getting around Reus
You can fly into Reus Airport, located a 10-minute drive or bus ride from the city centre. Much of the city is pedestrian-friendly, while public buses are also available. A rental car is best for exploring further afield.