Located in the northeast of the Iberian Peninsula and part of the region of Castilla y León, this is the only province that is surrounded only by provinces of the same autonomous community, a geographical disposition which is the reason it has been historically a strategical and defensive point, as well as being directly connected to the capital, Madrid, and the rest of Spain.
The province of Valladolid is filled with castles and fortresses of great beauty that are definitely worth a visit, and it is also a region the gastronomy of which is dominated by the 'lechazo' or young lamb, accompanied by a Ruedo or Ribera del Duero wine, which are admired worldwide.
This is a land of wine, of fields and of culture, all of which we will help you discover thanks to the great variety of accommodation that will help you enjoy of the Pisuerga, and do rural tourism in Valladolid, a majestic city in which art is manifested in the shape of is churches, cathedrals and castles. To learn more about the latter, there is a specific route that will take deep into the Middle-Ages, and feel like a true king or queen. Some examples of this are the castles of Peñafiel or La Mota, near Medina del Campo.
The historical centers of Tordesillas, Olmedo, Urueña or Medina de Rioseco, amongst others, perfectly combine the different artistic and cultural influences this region has received through history. Add a fine glass of Ribera del Duero to it will be the icing on the cake of your trip.