Visit 5 cultural symbols of Reus at a great price

Mapilife explains all the benefits of the Visit Reus Bracelet

Travellers with Visit Reus bracelet at Mercadal square.

Discover the city’s great cultural attractions with the Visit Reus bracelet, which allows you to explore iconic spaces at your own pace and at a discounted price. For only 20 euros, you can visit must-see places such as the Gaudí Centre, the modernist complex of Pere Mata, or climb the bell tower of the Church of Sant Pere.

Additionally, you can complete the cultural route by visiting the city’s art and history museums. In this article, we provide all the information and benefits of the Visit Reus bracelet: all the places you can visit, the museums, ticket prices – both regular and promotional – as well as where to get the Reus bracelet.

Gaudí Centre

Gaudí Centre museum in Reus, at the Information office.

The Gaudí Centre is a space dedicated to the architect Antoni Gaudí, the most famous former resident of Reus. Here, visitors can learn about the life and work of Gaudí in an interactive and participatory way. Through the use of audiovisuals, interactive models, personal objects, and other didactic resources, the centre offers an immersive experience that reveals the secrets of this genius of Catalan modernism and his connection with the city. The visit is accompanied by an audio guide, which further enriches the experience, allowing visitors to delve into every detail of the work of the renowned architect from Reus.

Institut Pere Mata

Institut Pere Mata de Reus, exterior i interior.

Designed by the architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner, the Pere Mata Institute is one of the great works of European Art Nouveau. Currently, you can visit the Pavilion of the Distinguished, admired for its ornamental richness and for being an exceptional example of modernist architecture. The guided tour with an audio guide will immerse you in the history of the patients from the affluent classes who resided there, while exploring the different spaces full of fascinating details. This architectural complex is located in the northern area of the city, accessible by walking up the Boca de la Mina promenade or by public transport. And with the Visit Reus bracelet, you can take Bus 30 from the center of Reus to Pere Mata at no cost.

La Prioral

The Reus church, La Prioral de Sant Pere in Reus

Although entry to the Prioral Church of Sant Pere is free, as it is an active place of worship, with the Visit Reus bracelet, you can get much more from your visit. The bracelet allows you to discover all the details and secrets of this space thanks to an audio guide. The Prioral de Sant Pere, the spiritual heart of the city, is a living testament to the history of Reus. Exploring the interior of this grand monument, which dates back to the 12th century, is essential for understanding illustrious figures from Reus and local history.

El Campanar

Spiral staircase at Reus Bell tower, called El Campanar.

Climbing to the top of the Bell Tower of the Prioral Church of Sant Pere is a unique experience that offers breathtaking views of Reus and its surroundings. With its 119 meters in height, this Gothic tower is one of the city’s main symbols. From its highest point, visitors can enjoy a spectacular 360-degree panoramic view of the city, stretching from the coast to the mountains, allowing you to capture the beauty of Reus from a new perspective. Although the church can be visited every day, climbing to the top of the Bell Tower is only possible on weekends and holidays.

Additionally, the Visit Reus bracelet not only grants you access to these three great symbols of the city but also includes benefits such as: the family scavenger hunt at the Gaudí Centre, guided tours to learn about the history of vermouth, and half-price vermouth tasting at the Enological Station.

Wine House

Vermouth tasting at the Wine Station in Reus.

The modernist building of Pere Caselles on Passeig Sunyer houses the Enological Station, also known as the “House of Vermouth and Wine.” A centre inspired by wine tourism that explains why Reus is considered the Vermouth Capital. A space to taste local vermouths, wines from the region, and the esteemed Siurana olive oil. Additionally, thanks to the Visit Reus bracelet, you can enjoy a free tasting of Reus Vermouth.

Where to buy the Visit Reus cultural bracelet?

The Visit Reus bracelet can be purchased in person at the Information Office of the Gaudí Centre at the main square Mercadal or online at the website

The Visit Reus bracelet is valid for 6 months, more than enough time to explore the five spaces and museums of the city. It will save you between 4 and 6 euros compared to individual tickets.

Price list reus cultural bracelet 

  • General rate, adults: 20 euros

There are discounts available for other groups:

  • Seniors (over 65): 15 euros
  • Youth Card (Carnet Jove): 15 euros
  • Large, single-parent, or foster families: 15 euros
  • Children aged 9 to 14: 12 euros
  • Children under 9 years old have free admission.

Enhance your cultural experience with two free museums

The Museum of Reus, located in Plaça de la Llibertat, houses collections of art and history, with permanent exhibitions such as “Now it’s time for a celebration!”, which displays the traditional elements of the city’s festivals, or “The Golden Elixir”, dedicated to olive oil production. Additionally, you can admire artworks from the Gothic, Renaissance, and prominent artists of the 19th century.

The Archaeology Museum, situated in Raval de Santa Anna, invites you on a fascinating journey through time, from the Paleolithic to the Roman era, with the most important archaeological collection in southern Catalonia. Also, don’t miss out on their temporary and  exhibitions on various themes programmed throughout the year.

Beyond the spaces that can be enjoyed with the tourist bracelet, Reus has many other cultural attractions. A visit to the interior of Casa Navàs, a modernist gem of the city; strolling through the historic centre following the Modernist Route or the Vermouth Route, an activity that can be done independently or with a local guide. Additionally, the Mapilife guide has selected the most emblematic leisure experiences, great restaurants, and a selection of shops in the city centre.

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