¡Visit Tortosa! City of Renaissance
The city of Tortosa is the capital of the Baix Ebre. It is located in the valley of the Ebro River and just highlight its wealth of historical monuments, testimony to its importance for the various civilizations that have coveted especially for the Crown of Aragon.
The city is also episcopal and is an important agricultural, commercial and industrial, and enjoy a great influence in the region.
The visit includes propose rich cultural heritage, such as:
The Suda Castle, now used as a Parador, which is an exceptional viewpoint of the city and the area surrounding it.
Is obliged to visit the Cathedral of Santa Maria de Tortosa construction started 1347 and was consecrated in 1597. It is a good example of late Gothic in Catalonia.
Tortosa, also has many palaces worth visiting, as a result of its importance in the past, such as the Palace of Oliver Botella, Montagut palace, Palacio Episcopal Romanesque (not visitable), Palau Despuig (after the Corder family), s. XV., Oriol Palau, Palau Capmany, House-palace-Abar Aldana, among others.
We offer a guided hand of a professional guide, who will introduce the history of the city, and to enjoy an unforgettable day, where you talk about the Roman Empire, the occupation by the Muslims of stage of the Christian middle Ages, the Renaissance, and the Spanish civil War.