As we have already shown you on numerous occasions, the interior of Spain has a lot to offer. The autonomous community of Castilla y León, for example, is one of the destinations with the greatest natural diversity on the continent, also offering spectacular monuments and a complete gastronomy. Today we want to focus on Burgos , a province that is home to the only cathedral in Spain that has been recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. In addition, here you can find the Atapuerca site, one of the most important in the world.
Another of the great attractions of the province of Burgos is that it is home to towns of great interest. Today at Vuela Viajes we want to show you some of the most beautiful. Of course, we apologize in advance for all the beautiful towns that have remained in the pipeline. Would you like to join us?
First of all, we want to tell you about Frías, a town that dates back to the 9th century. Its town center is surprising, which preserves its medieval layout and atmosphere, and the castle of the Dukes of Frías, which offers a wonderful panoramic view, among other points of interest.
Peñaranda de Duero
Another town in Burgos that should be noted is Peñaranda de Duero, a beautiful medieval town that, how could it be otherwise, houses an important monumental complex, highlighting the castle . It is important to bear in mind that this town is located on the Ribera del Duero route.
We also want to talk about Cobarrubias, which owes its name to the reddish caves in its surroundings. Of course, we also want to highlight its urban area, which has been declared an Asset of Cultural Interest, with arcaded streets and half-timbered houses.
In the province of Burgos you can also find Orbaneja del Castillo, a beautiful town that borders Cantabria. Above all, its karst landscape is surprising, highlighting the Cueva del Agua. In addition, you should know that the town has been declared a Historic Site.
A town that could not be missing on the list is Caleruega, which is home to numerous monuments and places of interest: the Torreón de los Guzmanes, the Peña de San Jorge, the Royal Monastery of Santo Domingo, the Dominican Convent …
Nor could Lerma be absent, a town that is located on a hill that dominates the valley of the Arlanza river. Of pre-Roman origin, the town stands out for the stately appearance of the historic center and, especially, the Doge’s Palace, which has been converted into a Parador de Turismo.
Aranda de Duero
Of course, we also want to talk about Aranda de Duero, which houses an important architectural heritage. Highlights include the church of Santa María, the church of San Juan Bautista, the Palace of the Verdugo, the sanctuary of the Virgen de las Viñas and the Romanesque bridge, among many other places.
Santo Domingo de Silos
How could it be otherwise, we also have to talk about Santo Domingo de Silos, one of the most important towns in Burgos. And it is that here is the monastery of Santo Domingo de Silos, a universal jewel of the Romanesque.
We also want to talk to you about Sasamón, a town that has a wide heritage, highlighting the church of Santa María la Real, the largest temple in Burgos after the Cathedral of the capital. The church of Melgar de Fernamental is also striking.
Poza de la Sal
Finally, we have to talk about Poza de la Sal, a fortified town that is located on the side of a mountain range. It is protected by the Castillo de las Rojas and offers wonderful views of the plains. Would you like to recommend another town in Burgos that is not on the list? Do not hesitate to do it through our comments!
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