Rambla Nova 

The Rambla Nova is the most important avenue in Tarragona. It is 45 meters wide and 700 meters long. It was designed in 1855 by Josep Criviller. The avenue has many restaurants, sidewalk cafes, banks, stores, and municipal offices, and is the main meeting point for the people who live in the city. The avenue starts at the beautiful Balcon del Mediterraneo and ends at the Imperial Tarraco Square.  

There are some important buildings on this avenue whose architecture calls attention. 

Casa Salas is at Rambla Nova, 25, and was designed by the architect Ramon Salas i Ricomà in 1907 in the modernist style. 

The Banco Sabadell Atlántico is at Rambla Nova, 118, and is the tallest building in the city. 

The Casa Joan Escorsa Sòria (located at the intersection of Rambla Nova and Avenue Pablo Casals) is also known as the Casa de la Punxa de la Rambla (House Click). It was designed by Antoni Pujol Sevil for Joan Soria Escorsa in 1929. The architecture is eclectic. 

The Metropol Theater is located at Rambla Nova, 46, and this was designed by the modernist architect Josep Jujol. 

The Convent of the Teresianas is located at Rambla Nova, 79, and was started in 1922 by Bernardi Martorell, but finished in 1949. 

There are many monuments on this avenue. Among them is the Monument in Honor of the Castellers, the Monument to Roger de Lauria, and the Monument to the Sardana.