Castilla y León is a safe destination if you want to enjoy great landscapes, art or gastronomy. Tordesillas rises 15 minutes from Valladolid, in the heart of the Duero. This Spanish city is a crossroads from the Roman domination. It is known as the place where the world was divided.
What to see?
The Houses of the Treaty (where the Treaty of Tordesillas was signed in 1494), the Royal Monastery of Santa Clara, the Arab Baths or the Plaza Mayor are some of the obligatory points of passage. Much to see and discover in this town of great historical importance.
Source of the image: Tordesillas Tourism (www.tordesillas.net)
Other places of interest:
San Antolín Museum
Museum and Didactic Center of Lace in Castilla y León
Museum of the Treaty of Tordesillas
Houses of the Treaty. Permanent Exhibition of Models “Large Miniatures”
Church of Santa María
St. Peter’s Church
Church Museum of San Antolín
Church of San Juan
Church of Santiago
Convent of San Francisco
Convent of Carmel
Mater Dei Hospital
Ermita de las Angustias
Hermitage of San Vicente
Hermitage of Santa Marina
The denominations of Rueda, Cigales and Ribera del Duero offer different routes and visits to its splendid wineries.
Source of the image: Tourism of Tordesillas (www.tordesillas.net) Routes and hiking
Enjoy the natural landscape of the Douro through its paths of Alto and Bajo Duero or the Cañada Real de Rueda. In addition, the municipality is included in the Camino de Santiago del Sureste that reaches Tordesillas from Rueda along the road parallel to the A-6, crosses the Medieval Bridge, passing through points of interest such as: the Plaza Mayor, the Old Pilgrims Hospital …
Natural Road of the Douro
Camino de Santiago del Sureste
Cuesta de Carracastro
Cañada Real de Rueda
Route Cañada Real de Foncastín
Where to eat
And at this point is where El Torreón pays a great tribute to the products of the region, becoming one of the best exponents of the flavors of Castile. As a result, the diner will take an indelible memory of his passage through our land.