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Catedral de Tortosa

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Catedral de Tortosa

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Lloc Portal de Remolins 5, 43500 Tortosa Spain
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2 Days / 1 Night bike tour in the Ebro River - With hotel pick up
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2 Days / 1 Night bike tour in the Ebro River - With hotel pick up

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One of the essential points of interest of the Tierras del Ebro region is the Via Verda (Green Ways). Following the path of a disused railway line running from north to south, it will allow you to discover the landscape and the different villages on a bike. Discover the beautiful mountains of the region finishing at the mouth of the Ebro River.<br><br>The Via Verda (Green Way) runs along the old Zafan Valley railway line that united Aragon with the Mediterranean Sea and was in operation for 31 years. It was permanently closed on September, 17th, 1973. The first leg of our route starts in Horta the Sant Joan and finishes in Tortosa (44Km), where you will pass through impressive natural areas. You will stay the night in Tortosa in a 3 Star hotel. The following day, a shorter route (35Km) will take you to the mouth of the river Ebro, where you can admire the flora and fauna of the biggest river in Spain.
US$280.50 per adult
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AlbertSalichs wrote a review Oct 2019
Manresa, Spain8,026 contributions728 helpful votes
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Catedral de Tortosa is the most important religious building located in the city, which is in the South of Catalonia. You can enter to the building in a secondary street of the old town and here you can see the lower part (where population was taking refuge in the Spanish Civil War, when fascists bombed the city), a little and very beautiful museum, the very nice cloister and the main hall. Probably, the best turistic point in the city.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Aqua_Uomo wrote a review Sep 2019
Toronto, Canada6,042 contributions2,455 helpful votes
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I was there on September 3rd. The front of the cathedral is under renovation, access through the side door. I got there earlier, during the fiesta, the door was open, I got in and didn’t have any time to ask about the admission because this lady charge at me screaming something in Spanish, I only understood “serado” I think its written Cerrado (closed). She pointed something on the door, a small signed I didn’t see and slammed the door behind me. I went to other points of interest, good thing, because at the Renacimiento y Reales Colegios de Tortosa I got to talk to a decent young guy that spoke very good English and he offered me the Tortosa Card, see attached, a day pass that you can use in 5 attractions, the Cathedral included at a very good price. Ask for it at the tourists info points or any attractions, they might also have it. I went back to the Cathedral after, open now, the rude lay was there, she was watching me and another couple of people like a hawk, I felt so uncomfortable. She was acting like we came to rob the place. However, the cathedral is very nice but dark. It cost you 1 Euro to turn the light on, she didn’t tell me, I discovered that myself, there is a small red box, you slip one euro and the lights o the altar comes on. See pictures.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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BristolRover_9 wrote a review Sep 2019
Bristol31 contributions10 helpful votes
The route into the Cathedral is somewhat tortuous, but with fascinating exhibits along the way. Once you arrive in the Cathedral itself it seems somewhat austere for a catholic church, but then you see the side chapels which are the largest I've ever seen.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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ToujoursLaRoute wrote a review Sep 2019
Iasi, Romania770 contributions226 helpful votes
Main attraction in Tortosa, the place is very nicely preserved and refurbished. You can easily spend 3 hours if you have enough time. History lesson on Spain...and not only!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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GeorgesPequito wrote a review Jul 2019
L'Ametlla del Valles, Spain53 contributions9 helpful votes
For the first time managed to see inside (on July 26th) thanks to the staff recommendation of the Parador de Tortosa.They charged 9 € for 2 pax (entrada general). Fair price has they have maintenance and security costs to cover. A pity there were no portable devices avaiable to explain history behind it. We had to use internet to get general info. Very impressive cathedral and worth to pay a visit indeed.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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