Route of Wine and Monasteries (5 Nights / 6 Days)

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Night 1 : Parador de Soria
Explore Soria by wandering the streets of the city of poets, visiting the avenues, squares, side streets and spots that enchanted Bécquer, Machado and Gerardo Diego. You will find architectural treasures such as Santo Domingo Church and the Co-cathedral of San Pedro. The experience will also lead you to discover this lovely province, with such fascinatingly beautiful places as the villages of Calatañazor...

Night 2 : Parador de Santo Domingo de la Calzada
Santo Domingo de la Calzada stands beside the banks of the Oja River on a vast plain. The town's founding is linked to the branch of the pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela known as the French Route. Legend has it that in the 11th century, this location was a large holm oak forest on the banks of a tumultuous river that descended from the nearby mountains, now known as the Sierra de la Demanda...

Night 3 : Parador de Calahorra
Calahorra is also a wine-producing region. Not much more than fifteen minutes from the hotel, you can visit the first Rioja Baja Wine Museum, located in Nuestra Señora del Portal Chapel in Aldeanueva del Ebro, or tour fantastic wineries where they make exquisite Riojas.The historic town center is well worth a visit. You can take a walk through town and marvel at the cathedral; the Muslim old quarter...

Night 4 : Parador de Olite
A walk through the narrow side streets of Olite will take you from the shelter of large fine stone houses bearing coats of arms to an exploration of the Roman walled area. You will also enjoy visiting Oliva Monastery, where Cistercian monks dressed in white tunics stroll and pray in the monastery cloister.The Mediterranean climate makes the area an ideal paradise for grapevines and fine wine. You can...

Night 5 : Parador de Sos del Rey Catolico
Here you will discover a walled medieval town built atop an enormous rock with views of vast mountains and valleys. Within the high walls that surround the town, you will find stone houses with coats of arms, Gothic and Renaissance windows, and ancient cobbled streets, which combine to create a harmonious whole. These same streets lead to chapels, churches and lovely spots such as the Lonja (wholesale...