ROUTE OF RUEDA AND TORO WINES (3 Nights / 4 Days)

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Discover the town of Rueda, nerve centre of winemaking activity giving rise to the Rueda Denomination of Origin.
Night 1 : Parador de Tordesillas
You won't want to leave Tordesillas without visiting its most emblematic buildings, the Casas del Tratado (Treaty Houses), located on a high spot with a view of the Douro River, next to San Antolín Church. The houses are two connected palaces dating from the 15th and 17th centuries, and they have been declared a site of cultural interest. One of them, the older of the two, was the location of the signing...

Night 2 : Parador de Zamora
Because of its strategic geographic location, Zamora serves as a crossroads on the Via Delapidata, a beautiful, peaceful place where a nice walk is a pleasant way to explore the city's wealth of cultural and historical heritage. The cathedral with its ribbed cupola, Las Dueñas Convent, the delicate modernist style and urban Romanesque of many of the city's buildings, Zamora Castle and the Baltasar Lob...

Night 3 : Parador de Salamanca
Salamanca, a World Heritage City and lively university town, is filled with historic buildings and locations. Students and locals give the capital an exuberant, youthful and very welcoming atmosphere. The city is always willing to share its rich heritage, culture and gastronomy with visitors. The sunlight casts a golden glow on the lovely stone façades and sunsets become a unique experience here.Stroll...