A regular series that reviews dining through the lens of wine. Tarragona is something of a strange city. It’s not small as it’s the second largest city in Catalunya that’s not in the Barcelona metropolitan area. It was the original capital of the Iberian Peninsula in the Roman Era and because of this, it’s awash in Roman ruins, including a quite sizable amphitheater down by the shore. And that’s another thing, it has quite decent beaches right next to it. So, it has history and plenty of attractions. Oh and […]

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