Aeropuerto de Reus (REU) is a small airport, mainly catering to charter and low cost airlines. Looking for the cheapest flights to Reus? Consider flying low cost. Ryanair flies from London (both Luton and Stansted) and Birmingham while Thomson Airways flies from Manchester.
Reus is a small city, with few sights but it where many tourists touch down before heading to the beaches of the Golden Coast or up to Barcelona with a Reus rental car. It's worth spending at least a day here though, best in summer when the weather is fine.
Direct flights to Reus take 2 hours 20 minutes from London.
Reus' biggest selling point is probably that it's the home town of Antoni Gaudi although you won't find any hint of that in the town's architecture. His younger contemporary however, Lluís Domènech i Montaner, did make quite the impact.
Modern architecture: Take a look at some fine modern architecture in the city centre, near Carrer de Sant Joan. There are 20+ homes designed by Domènech here and others.
Old Reus: Head to the ring of streets called Ravals for historic Reus, where the medieval city once stood. You'll find shops, boutiques and cosy coffee shops here.
Gaudi Centre: This small museum is a must for lovers of Gaudi's work. It showcases his life and includes a replica of his studio. Finally, enjoy the view from the third floor cafe.
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Hotels are quite limited in Reus, mostly because of the size of the city but you will still find something in every price range from 1-star inn with no air conditioning to 4-star Reus hotels city central.