Of particular interest is the Kasteljarnau House Museum. This luxurious 15th-century mansion formerly belonged to a famous aristocrat, after whom it got its name. Within the walls of the historic mansion nowadays is an interesting museum that stores collections of antique furniture of the 18th - 19th centuries, works of art, as well as Chinese porcelain and medieval frescoes.
In the vicinity of Tarragona, the El Medol quarry is situated. It will be of interest to those who prefer unusual sights. The development of the quarry started in the 2nd century BC. The stone was used to build many Roman colonies, including Tarraco. The main feature of the quarry is the Obelisk column 16 m long. Supposedly, it was from the place of its location that quarrying began.
The so-called Balcony of Europe is an irreplaceable symbol of the city. It is an observation deck near the coast, at an altitude of 23 meters. It offers a wonderful view of the Roman amphitheater, roofs of the houses and the embankment. For the convenience of visitors, it is equipped with benches and a cafe. Visitors should definitely hold its iron fencing. Local residents believe that it brings good luck.