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Arriving in Reus

Cheap flights to Reus depart from Manchester Airport as well as Gatwick, Luton and Stansted airports near London. Some flights to Reus may be available from other regional airports around the UK. Citizens of the UK will not require a visa to enter Spain. A local bus runs between the airport and Reus town centre. Buses are also available for journeys to Barcelona and other destinations. Taxis can be hired from the taxi stands outside the arrivals hall.

Getting Around Reus

Local buses provide transport around Reus and other cities including Barcelona and Tarragona. They can be recognised by their bright yellow livery. Check the Reus Transport website for more information. Buses are available from bus stops around the city. These are identified by circular grey signs with yellow ‘T’s in the middle. The city centre is not very large and can be explored on foot. Taxis are readily available throughout Reus, and can sometimes be flagged down in the street.

Main Attractions

Often overlooked in favour of her more celebrated neighbour Barcelona, Reus is nevertheless worth a visit for those in search of a tranquil city break. Start with a trip to Plaza de Prim, which is flanked by the magnificent Fortuny Theatre. A short stroll away is the stunning Modernist Casa Navas, designed by Lluis Domenech i Montaner. Book a private tour to enjoy a better look at the elaborately decorated interior which has retained most of its original features. The city is also home to many other impressive Modernist buildings such as the Casa Rull, Casa Gasull and L’Institute Pere Mata. Reus was the birthplace of Antoni Gaudi. The famous architect is remembered in the Gaudi Centre, where his personal items and sketches are displayed. The museum also has a number of interactive displays as well as a replica of Gaudi’s workshop.

Shopping, Dining and Nightlife

El Pallol is a shopping district located in the heart of Reus. It boasts a number of local brand names as well as international high street chains such as Clarks. Visit the stylish La Preso Cerveseria to enjoy tapas and a selection of local wines. The menu changes daily, and often features delicacies such as Iberian ham and Galician steak. El Celler Del Padri is a homely restaurant offering hearty servings of Mediterranean and Catalan cuisine. Sample dishes such as flambéed snails, squid with beans and grilled ham.

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  • Reus Airport (Reus, Spain)
    • Right now, 5 airlines operate out of Reus Airport.
    • Reus Airport offers nonstop flights to 22 cities.
    • Every week, at least 0 domestic flights and 21 international flights depart from Reus Airport.

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