Reus Airport is near the beaches of Costa Dorada in Spain and attracts visitors from Europe and Russia. The airport handles over 1.5 million passengers per year and flights are often seasonal and operated by charter or budget airlines. If you have car hire at Reus Airport, the city is only a 6 km drive away, using the N.420a route.
Reus Airport has just one terminal building that is small but has all the basics you need for your journey. For all your money needs there is an ATM and a currency exchange service. There is an information desk for any enquiries you may have at the airport and a tourist office, who can advise you on any attractions in the local area. There are 3 shops available, including Divers who have all those last minute items and newspapers and snacks. You can browse the duty free shop for bargains or visit the multi shop convenience store. Port Aventura is a well known local theme park and you can buy tickets at the dedicated ticket office in the terminal. If you need to eat, try local specialities at the Medas Cafe or have a drink and a snack at the Bier Garten.
Reus is the birthplace of famous Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi and the region is known for its wine production and golden beaches. It is a very modern city, so it is worth taking a guided tour to see the best of the architecture. These unique buildings are in Catalan and Modernist style and mostly built between 1900 and 1926. You can visit the Market Square and the Casa Navas and Casa Pinyol, two fine examples of this style. There is also the Town Hall and Museum to visit, as well as the Gaudi Centre which has many objects from his life and is a multimedia experience. You will also see the grand monument of Joan Prim, a general and statesman from the 19th century who was born in Reus.
Out and about with your car hire in Reus, you can enjoy the lovely beach resorts of Cambrils and Salou or explore the local town of Tarragona. For a bit of fun, try out the largest theme park in Europe, Port Aventura. Further afield drive out to the Mountains of Prades and explore the wine making region and vineyards of Priorat.