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Routes

The privileged location of Hotel Gaudí allows you to enjoy many routes, such as the Wine Route (Priorat Certificate of Origin) and the Olive Route (Siurana Certificate of Origin), as well as fun activities for all tastes and ages.
Reus Route, Modernist City
Reus was the second largest city in Catalonia in the XVIII and XIX centuries; this was due to its intense business activity. Exponents of this period are Bofarull Palace, Teatro Fortuny and, especially, the buildings that form along the Modernist Route. In this route we can find the most significant works of Lluís Domènech i Montaner that live with the splendid achievements of local architects Pere Caselles and Joan Rubio i Bellver. We can see a small sample of these buildings in our way: Sarda House, Gasull House, Casa Rull, Grau House, Casa Munné, Casa Serra and others for a total of 23.

In the County Museum (Museo Comarcal) located in the Llibertat Square, you will find a room dedicated to Antonio Gaudi, a son of this city.
Route of Torre dels Escipions
and Pedrera del Médol
From the Torre dels Scipio and the Via Augusta, an old road that in Roman times linked the cities of Rome and Tarraco, you get to the Pedrera del Médol, where the Romans mined the material to build the aqueducts, arches and towers of Tarragona.
Císter Route (Alt Camp, Con de Barberá i Urgell)
We leave Reus bound to the Monastery of Poblet (1153), the cornerstone of the Cistercian Route and named Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1992. As a complementary offer we can visit the town of L’Espluga of Francol, tourist centre where you can visit the Cooperatiu Celler, magnificent Art Nouveau building, the Cova de la Font Major, the sixth longest cave in Europe, and the Museum of Rural Life. Back in the Cistercian Route, we turn to Vallbona de les Monges, which is the antithesis of the Monastery of Poblet and the smallest of the route; it is currently inhabited by monks. As a perfect complement to the route, we can go to the Monastery of Santes Creus, which is the only one who doesn’t host a religious community (of three that we saw on the road) and where we are allowed to access.
Complementary leisure offer
GOLF
Green: Reus Aigüesvers
Green: Bonmont Terres Noves

THEME PARKS
• Universal Mediterránea (Port Aventura / Costa Caribe)
• Aquópolis
• Aqualeón

NATURAL SPACES
• Delta de l’Ebre, els Ports de Tortosa-Beseit, montañas de Prades, la Serra del Montsant – Cartuja de Scala Dei

SUN, BEACHES, CALM AND PEACE