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bed and breakfast in Castilla y Leon

Bed and Breakfast in Castilla y Leon

During your stay in a bed and breakfast in Castilla y Leon you have countless possibilities to make your holiday a success.
Mountain sports such as hiking, canoeing, mountain climbing are a stone’s throw from your accommodation.
You can also tour around and visit one of the many historic cities and monuments.
And a delicious lunch or dinner should certainly not be missed.
After a visit to this region you will understand why it is the favorite destination of many Spaniards.
It is certain that you will take home a green memory.

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Bed and Breakfast in Castilla y Leon

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Facts about Castilla y Leon

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One of the European destinations with the largest variety of nature reserves, impressive monuments and a very extensive gastronomy

Rural tourism has become one of the main attractions for many travelers.
There are hundreds of colorful towns that have preserved ancient traditions.
More than 40 protected nature reserves, of which the most famous is the national park of the Picos de Europa.
The nature reserves are ideal for practicing sports such as mountaineering, cycling, canoeing …
And for a relaxing walk you can also go for Las Médulas, the largest open-air gold mine excavated during the Roman Empire.

Cities:

Not to be missed cities include many other Avila, Salamanca and Segovia (all three World Heritage cities) and unique places and monuments such as the Cathedral of Burgos or the archaeological site of Atapuerca, with the traces of the first population centers in Europe.
The famous pilgrimage to Santiago also runs through Castile and Leon.
It is well known that Salamanca has the oldest university in Spain and it is also one of the most prestigious cities.
Segovia should certainly not be skipped, because the Roman aqueduct is one of the jewels of Spanish historical architecture.
On the other hand, the excellent Alcázar Palace is one of the most beautiful castle fortifications in Europe.
The Gothic cathedral stands out for its streamlined and proportional figure.
Near Segovia lies Ávila, a small cute town that is completely enclosed by the perfectly preserved medieval walls.

Worth a visit

– Aqueduct of Trajan (Segovia)
Unique building from the first century.
– Ávila
Highest provincial town of Spain, known for its city walls.
– Numancia
Unique relics of the Celts who fought against the Romans here. Also a museum.
– Museum Art Deco / Art Nouveau Salamanca
Superb unique museum for lovers of the twenties.
– Ségovi Cathedral
Also called la Dama de las Catedrales.
– Burgos Cathedral
Gothic cathedral Santa Maria from the 16th century.

Food and drink

typical regional dishes are:

  • grilled lambs,
  • black pudding,
  • sausages of pork or “botillo”,
  • grilled suckling pig,
  • Serrano ham and garlic sausage,
  • beans from Barco de Avila,
  • the lentils from Armuña,
  • quality wines (including Ribera de Duero, Ruedo, Cigales and Toro).

sources: vakantiereizenspanje.nl and doitspain.com


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