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Valladolid


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  • Paseo de Zorrilla. Valladolid.

Standing on the banks of the Pisuerga river, this city will astound you with its cultural legacy reflected in the houses, palaces and churches in the old quarter.Read more...

What to see One of the city's most famous landmarks is the unfinished cathedral, which also houses the Cathedral Museum. We also recommend visiting other fascinating churches such as the gothic Santiago church or the church of Santa María la Antigua. In the city centre, you'll find the magnificent Plaza Mayor, and the surrounding area is home to many grand houses and palaces, such as The Palace of Los Pimentel and The Palace of the Marquis of Valverde. To truly understand the cultural importance of Valladolid, visit its University, the College of Santa Cruz or the former residences of famous historical figures, which remain to this day. These include the birthplace of Spanish poet José Zorrilla, the Museum House of Christopher Columbus and the House of Cervantes, where the author of Don Quijote once lived. It is where the writer made the finishing touches to his great work. Festivities The city's most important event is Easter Week, which has been declared of International Tourist Interest, when priceless religious statues are carried through the streets in spectacular processions. Another key event is the International Film Week, or Seminci, one of Spain's top annual film festivals.


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Valladolid


Valladolid


Valladolid


Valladolid


Valladolid