Logroño guide

Logroño is the capital of La Rioja and is in the north of the Iberian Peninsula. It has an area of ​​almost 80 square kilometers and it is a very beautiful city that has many green areas and a very important historical heritage, thanks in part to the fact that it is a key city on the Camino de Santiago, and its gastronomy is fantastic.

The Camino de Santiago is very important as it passes through Logroño and to do so you will cross the bridge and then go up the Rúa Vieja, pass by the "Hostel of the pilgrims", through the Fountain of Santiago until you reach the Walls of Revellín, which They give you access to the Puerta del Camino. I leave you a brief guide to Logroño so that you know what to visit in the city:

Churches : It has several, although the most interesting are the Co-Cathedral of Santa María de la Redonda (Gothic style and from the 16th century), the Church of Santa María de Palacio (12th century and has, among other things, a cloister and a museum ), the Church of San Bartolomé (13th century and Romanesque style) or the Church of Santiago el Real (16th century and built on the ruins of an old medieval church).

Museums : You can visit the Museum of La Rioja (paintings, sculptures and archaeological remains of the region), the Museum of the Culture of Wine of the Vivanco Dynasty (paintings related to wine from the time of the Egyptians to the contemporary) or the House of Sciences.

Monuments : There are many monuments and buildings of great interest, such as the Wall of Ravellín (medieval), the Parliament of La Rioja, the Fountain of the Illustrious Riojans, the Stone Bridge or the Iron Bridge.

Squares : The Plaza del Mercado (center of the commercial life of the city), the Plaza del Ayuntamiento or the Paseo Príncipe de Vergara (where parties and festivals are held) stand out.

Parks and gardens : You can take advantage of a day to relax in the Carmen park, the Ebro park, the San Miguel park or the Ribera park.