Reus The Essential
Interesting
Spread out across the El Camp plain, Reus is at the crossroads of routes linking inland Spain with the Mediterranean. In the late 18C Charles III abolished all trade restrictions, as a result of which Reus became the second largest town in Catalonia. The Expo-Reus, one of the most prestigious trade fairs in Catalonia, has been held every October since this time. In the early 20C, the town experienced significant economic growth, which saw the construction of numerous modern buildings.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Reus
Modernist Reus
Modernist Reus
Off the beaten tourist coastal track,
60 minutes
Palau Bofarull
Palau Bofarull
Built in 1760, it has a fine façade with
15 minutes
Barri Gaudí
Barri Gaudí
The Gaudí quarter is an interesting
30 minutes
Museu de Arqueología Salvador Vilaseca
Museu de Arqueología Salvador Vilaseca
The archaeology section showcases the
60 minutes
Reus Old town
Reus Old town
A few ruins remain of the old Jewish
30 minutes
Plaça de Prim
Plaça de Prim
Dominated by the equestrian statue of
15 minutes