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Canal de Castilla, Fromista

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Canal de Castilla is located in Fromista. Use our Fromista travel itinerary planner to visit Canal de Castilla on your trip to Fromista, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • Very nice boat trip, the explanations in the Canal Museum and the kindness of people responsables9 in general
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  • We have done a couple of stretches of the Canal de Castilla bicycling with children aged 6 to 9 in a weekend. The first stretch was very friendly, we started in Alar del Rey e we did 15 km. to sucker the Pisuerga... wind behind his back, plain road with a slight decline, good firm for bicycles, and also is entertaining because many locks are passed. In addition there are regional train which stops at some of the villages in the area so transport bikes (or without them) can be arranged if you do walk without walking depending on cars. The second day we went to Becerril de Campos, saw the people (isn't bad but it is not to appoint him village more beautiful of Spain, sorry), we ate in a park with picnic area, and cycled to the junction of the two branches and then to Grijota, about 10 km in which we were fatal because the surface of the road was very bad filled with pebbles that you not parabas to boats. Then since the triple lock up Grijota itself was good road. Very cool landscape, wide is Castile (and beautiful).
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  • It is a pity that we have not known historically give a real usefulness to this attempt of seaworthiness. Today has been to regulate water and so you visit the tourists. And surely you acertareis. In parallel to the canal there is a gastronomic tour that is worth.
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