Visit with us the most interesting places in the historic center of Valladolid; culture, anecdotes, art and history, all accompanied by the most entertaining explanations from our expert local guides.
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Valladolid, located in the northwest of Spain, is an ideal weekend destination, noted for its history, culture and gastronomy, with our free tour of Valladolid with a guide tour in Spanish you will know all the essential places to see.
What to visit in Valladolid? With our free walking tour Valladolid you will visit the center of the city, full of religious monuments, alleys, squares and museums. The Plaza Mayor of Valladolid, is the Town Hall where you will find restaurants and terraces to taste a magnificent tapas, the Zorrilla Theater inaugurated in 1884 and the statue of Count Ansúrez made by the sculptor Aurelio Rodriguez Carretero. The Cathedral of Valladolid, which dates from the 16th century, finished its construction with Felipe II, inside it houses the Diocesan Museum, next to it you will see the statue of Miguel de Cervantes, do not miss the Museum of the Casa Cervantes you will know how Cervantes and his family, many original elements of the time are still preserved.
By reserving our free tours and excursions you will get to know the Plaza de San Pablo, there is the Church of San Pablo, construction began in 1497 on its facade is an altarpiece of the Dominican order, forming part of these monumental groups are the Pimentel Palace, the Palace of Marqués de Villena and the Royal Palace. You can visit the National Sculpture Museum, the most important museum of polychrome sculpture in Europe, which is located in the Colegio de San Gregorio. Yoorner did you know that in the heart of Valladolid you can visit a fantastic collection of oriental pieces, in the Oriental Museum that opened in 1874 is located inside the College of Augustinian-Filipinos. Valladolid also offers green areas, relax and stroll through El Campo Grande, which is triangular in shape, has a large area, which runs from the Paseo Central, Zorilla and Filipinos. What to eat in Valladolid? You can enjoy many restaurants and terraces, located throughout the center to enjoy a good time of tapas, or try their typical dishes such as a Castilian soup, and a suckling lamb.
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