Reus puts you in easy reach of some of Spain’s most celebrated destinations, including Barcelona and Salou. While your plans might be to fly into Reus and head off on a Spanish adventure elsewhere, it would be a shame not to spend a little time taking a look at what this city has to offer. Reus has several cultural attractions well worth a visit, including the Gaudi Centre and the stunning 19th century Institut Pere Mata, an exquisite modernist building that once housed a psychiatric institute. Another modernist gem is the Casa Navas, a glorious example of the architecture of this period.
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10 Facts About Reus

  1. Catalonia, in which Reus sits, has a very marked culture of its own, distinguished by its own language, Catalonian (although everybody speaks and understands Castilian Spanish perfectly).
  2. In 2003, Catalonia’s people formed a human chain of 1.5million people to demonstrate their desire for independence from Spain.
  3. After the 18th century, Reus became a European market leader in the trade and production of brandy. This period of growth led to the city’s slogan ‘Reus, Paris, London’.
  4. The most famous inhabitant of Reus was, of course, the world-famous architect, Antonio Gaudí. The founder of Sagrada Família, Parc Güell and many other modernist structures grew up in Reus - though none of his buildings stand there.
  5. There were actually no beaches in Barcelona until 1992, when the city won their bid to host the Olympics. The seaside was previously predominantly industrial.
  1. So far, Barcelona’s breathtaking la Sagrada Familia has taken around 200 hundred years to be constructed. Standing at 984 meters, it still has no completion date.
  2. Port Aventura in Salou, is Spain’s most-visited theme park, attracting 4 million visitors a year. The park is split into six realms, including China, Polynesia and rural Mexico.
  3. In nearby Tarragona, Roman ruins are scattered throughout the city, including an incredible aqueduct called the Pont Del Diable or Devil’s Bridge. There are numerous other UNESCO sites around the city.
  4. Barcelona is home to Camp Nou, often pronounced Nou Camp in English - the largest football stadium in Europe and home to Barcelona FC. It’s actually the third largest stadium in the world.
  5. Much of Catalonia is made up of mountains and fields, meaning it’s common to serve 'May Y Mantagna' ('Sea and Mountain' - think 'Surf n Turf') - on the same plate. Dig in!

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Whether it's culture, history or simply stunning sandy beaches that you are after, booking flights to Reus with Thomas Cook Airlines will put you in the perfect position from which to explore the variety of attractions that this amazing stretch of Spanish coast has to offer. From the lively, chic tapas bars of Barcelona to the ancient ruins of Tarragona, there’s a wealth of must- see places you simply have to put on your bucket list.

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