Your route is the name behind which is the M.Carme Granados, Authorized Tourism Guide by the Generalitat de Catalunya. I offer guided tours of various monuments and towns in the Camp de Tarragona. I also create thematic author routes and creative experiences for people who love the cultural heritage, landscape and gastronomy of the territory.
Some of the routes you can do with me are:
Discover the World Heritage Archaeological Ensemble that will bring you closer to what was one of the great cities of the Roman Empire.
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Vermouth and shops with history
Guided tour to discover the oldest shops in Reus. Includes two vermouth tastings.
- Summer time: Friday at 5:30 p.m. Catalan
- Prices: €12.50 from 15 years and €7 between 8 and 14 years.
Family visit Shopping through the historic stores
With this guided tour we will discover some of the most historic shops in the city of Reus. We will guide ourselves with a map from the 19th century and together we will look for the shops following a series of clues.
- Summer hours: July 3, 17 and 31; August 14 and 28. 11:00 Catalan
- Prices: €45 per family up to 4 members + €10 per extra member.
We will discover the history of Reus telling buildings, characters and spaces from curiosities, anecdotes, facts and little-known and surprising elements. It includes a visit to the Prioral Church of Sant Pere, its bell tower and the Vermouth Museum, where we will taste vermouth with potatoes and olives.
- Hours: 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month at 5:00 p.m.
- Prices: €16/adults and €7 children (8-14 years).
Vermouth and cuisine in modernist Reus
We will discover modernist cuisine, the life and diet of the workers and the bourgeoisie, its cafes, restaurants, shops, markets and food factories, the recipes of the time and the Reus Vermouth.
- Hours: 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month at 6:00 p.m.
- Prices: €15/adults and €7 children (8-14 years).
Reus, Gaudí&Domenech and Montaner
We will visit the Gaudí Center, an interpretation center dedicated to the architecture of Gaudí and the modernism of Reus. Next, the route will take us to see the works of Domènech and Montaner: Casa Navàs, Casa Rull and Casa Gasull (exteriors) and Gaudí's childhood.
- Check availability to arrange a date.
- Prices: €17.50/adults and €10 children (8-14 years).
Samà Park (Cambrils)
We will get to know this historic garden from the end of the 19th century with colonial airs where we also find examples of local and exotic flora and fauna.
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Other sites to visit
You can also visit other emblematic places such as the Cistercian, Montblanc, Priorat and Prades monasteries.
activities for schools
Your route also offers guided tours of schools and institutes. Adapting its content according to the school group.
Guided visit to Roman Tarraco
2 and a half hour tour of the main monuments of Roman Tarraco: the Archaeological Walk, the Upper Part Forum, the Roman Circus and the Amphitheater. The visit can also be completed with the Les Ferreres Aqueduct, located on the outskirts of the city, or other monuments in the area such as the Roman Villa de los Munts in Altafulla or the Pedrera del Mèdol.
The visit focuses on the discovery of the Roman past through urban planning and architecture, daily life, shows, Roman society and the legacy that remains to us today.
The content is adapted to the different levels for primary and secondary groups.
Guided tour of modernist Reus:
2.5-hour visit that includes the Gaudí Center Reus and a walk through the main modernist buildings in the city.
The Gaudí Center Reus is an interactive interpretation space with models and audiovisuals that allow us to understand the genius of Gaudí's architecture. The center also gives us an insight into the modernism of Reus and Gaudí's links with his city. Next, during the route we will learn about the techniques and decorative themes typical of modernism by observing the facades, while learning about modernist society, socioeconomic changes and the industrial transformation of the time.
Visit addressed to high school groups.
Guided visit to the monastery of Santes Creus:
The visit will bring us closer to the Middle Ages while we learn about society, the role of monasteries in the context of repopulation, the daily life of the monks and the Cistercian order. We will know the structure of the monastery, the different rooms and the activities that were carried out. In addition, we will get to know the royal tombs of Pedro el Grande and Jaime II, and the surprising forensic studies that show us various curiosities about royal burials.
The visit includes the audiovisual "The world of the Cister".
The visit lasts approximately 1.5. Visit adapted to primary and secondary groups.
Guided visit to the monastery of Poblet and optionally, the town of Montblanc:
The visit will bring us closer to the Middle Ages while we learn about society, the role of monasteries in the context of repopulation, the daily life of the monks and the Cistercian order. We will know the structure of the monastery, the different rooms and the activities that were carried out. In addition, we will see the royal tombs and talk about some of the kings who rest in the monastery. Next, and optionally, we will visit Montblanc and its main monuments such as the walls, the Hospital of Santa Magdalena, the Church of Santa Maria and the Plaza Mayor. We will talk about the different social classes, the function of each building, and the legend of Sant Jordi, represented every year during the Montblanc Medieval Week festival.
The complete visit lasts approximately 3 hours. Visit adapted to primary and secondary groups.