The Port of Tarragona transformed the Moll de Costa for citizen use. The location of the Museum of the Port of Tarragona in this space guarantees that it is the equipment in charge of the preservation and dissemination of the maritime and port heritage of our coast. In the year 2000, the old warehouse of Refugio 2, built in the mid-twentieth century, was the ideal building to house the Museum, taking into account the large volume of objects to be exhibited, as well as the spaciousness of this old building of goods deposit. Outside the scope of the Museum, you will enjoy the Patrimonial Route of the Port of Tarragona. Signposted with panels, it allows to know, in situ, a dozen elements of port heritage, in a distance of four kilometers from the Museum to the Faro de la Banya, at the end of the Llevant dam. It is a sustainable route because most of it must be done on foot, by bicycle ... ... We suggest you take a tour through the history of the Port through time, since the Romans landed on it until today. The commercial port, the fishing port, the sports port are represented, through the typologies of boats, cargo systems, merchandise, traditional trades, maritime signals ... that is, life on the docks. All these aspects of the activity of a port, like ours, are developed in the educational and family entertainment proposals that are carried out in workshops and activities in which it is necessary to previously reserve (museuport @porttarragona.cat). For guided tours and groups please contact by telephone on the number: 977 25 94 34 or by email sending a visit request to: museuport @porttarragona.cat#travel#travelphotography#travelblogger#traveller#traveling#travelers#travels#travelgram#travelworld#travellife#womantraveler#portdetarragona#viajar#photographer#photooftheday#photograph#letsguide#trip#tourism#tourist#instatraveling#traveldiaries#history#travelphoto#travelstagram#instagramers#instagramersgallery#museum#travellingthroughtheworld#tarragona
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