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Valladolid is a gorgeous city in north-central Spain, renowned for wine making. The city lies at the confluence of the Pisuerga and Esgueva rivers. Valladolid is in close proximity to Madrid. The city’s centre houses a number of historic buildings. The city was once a home for Miguel de Cervantes, a writer of world’s famous Don Quijote, as well as for the America’s discoverer Christopher Columbus. Valladolid has a number of cultural spots, numerous ancient churches and green areas. Tourists flock to the city to enjoy its vast history and great cultural heritage. will assist you in finding the best Valladolid hotel to suit your budget and the purpose of stay. Please check the website for local hotels and see the guest’s reviews and photos available there.

There is a great number of sights to see while inValladolid. The most important of them include:

- House of Spanish writer Miguel de Cervantes. The house is a few centuries old and belonged to the Spanish writer Miguel de Cervantes.

- Museo de Esculturas, a polychrome wood museum. The museum exposes various wood sculptures.

- San Pablo and Antigua church built in Romanesque style with beautiful facades.

- The unfinished Cathedral constructed in the 16th century according to the design of Juan de Herrera. The structure was left unfinished with one of the main towers missing.

- Saint Benedict church constructed in Gothic style in the early 16th century.

There are some areas in Valladolid worth a stroll. For instance, area beside San Martin Church has a particular charm due the old streets that surround it. The Campo Grande Park is definitely worth a promenade. Shall you be in Valladolid during the Holy Week, join one of the religious ceremonies. This is also a perfect time for street art shopping.

The downtown area houses the 16th-century Plaza Mayor and the City Hall with the clock tower. Another prominent structure is the Palace of Los Pimentel, where King Philip II was born. The 16 the century Royal Palace is currently a home to the Museum of Valladolid. It exposes a collection of furniture and various art works. Among some other great museums, the city has the National Sculpture Museum and Museum of Contemporary Spanish Art with more than 800 paintings dating back to the 20th century. The Christopher Columbus House-Museum is an interesting site where you will find some pieces and documents related to the discovery of America.

There is no need to go further than when looking for Valladolid hotels. On the website you will find a wide range of hotels with all relevant information to make your stay the way you expect it to be.

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