Tourist Information Guide

Relocating To Reus

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The Centre Of Reus Is Very Picturesque
The Centre Of Reus Is Very Picturesque
Your relocation to Reus can be made easier if you take some time to plan how you are going to find work and accommodation before you arrive. We've given some useful links on this page to information that can help you.

Reus is a charming Spanish town, and we've given you a little about the town itself to help you become orientated.

Who Can Help You Find A Place To Live In Reus?

If you want to buy a house and don't speak Spanish, then a local real estate agent can help you. They know the area and have many properties on their books that they can show you. For more information please see our page on real estate in Reus


Finding Long Term Accommodation

When searching for long-term rental accommodation it will help a lot if you can speak Spanish or Catalan, but if you don't there are local estate agencies that can speak your language and will help you to find an apartment.

You will probably need to find temporary accommodation in a hotel whilst you are looking for longer term rental property. We have proved a link below to reviews of some hotels.

How to find a hotel in Reus


How To Find Work In Reus

Reus is a medium sized town, and you'll find an employment office near the centre.

How to look for a job in Reus


Starting Your Own Business?

If you relocation to Reus is due to you wanting to start your own business you may need help looking for office space. There are several agents in the town who have details of office rentals that can help you.

Where to look for an office rental in Reus.


How To Travel To Reus From Overseas

Reus has its own airport, which is 10 minutes drive from the centre of town. It is served regularly by the budget operator Ryanair.

Ryanair flights to Reus

Airline perators fly to Reus airport


What Is Reus Like?

Reus is a charming town that is easy to navigate on foot and by car. Its centre is full of old stone buildings and modernist architecture. It has excellent shops, bars and restaurants and a generally relaxed ambiance. It has the bonus of only being 15 - 20 minutes drive from one of Europe's biggest theme parks - Port Aventura.

I found the people in Reus to be very friendly. They were in the full swing of their fiestas when I visited, and everyone was in good spirits. The people in Reus primarily speak Catalan, and as a second language they speak Castillano. If you relocate to Reus it will be easier if you can speak one of the above, but many people do speak some English as well.

Reus is not primarily a tourist destination, which adds to its charm as it is a nice place to be all year round. Within 30 minutes drive you can reach the beaches of the Costa Dorada, and in less than one hour driving inland you can find stunning mountain scenery.

Click here to read about the weather in Reus


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