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Zamora, Zamora
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Take a trip to the historical city of Zamora. Inside the city’s ancient walls are 24 Romanesque churches built in the 12th and 13th centuries. The city is so rich with this type of architecture that it has been called "a museum of Romanesque art." Visit the medieval fortress and admire superb views of the town from its keep. Stroll down one of Zamora's shopping streets to pick up a treat for yourself or souvenirs for loved ones. Stop for some tapas in one of the many restaurants and sample the local speciality, zamorano (a hard type of bun), for dessert. Use our Zamora trip itinerary maker to arrange your visit to Zamora and other attractions in Zamora.
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  • Zamora is a small town (about 60 thousand inhabitants) on the banks of the Douro River. It is a city whose trace is typically medieval, with many squares, surrounded by buildings of great historical and architectural value. Romanesque constructions abound (centuries IX to XII), on the one hand; and those of modernist style or Art Nouveau, late 19TH century and early 20TH. The zamoranos say, with pride, that his city is more Romanesque and modernist architecture has per m2 in Spain. The urban and architectural richness of Zamora is part of a long history of many centuries. The tourist office has enough information for the visitor, is served by very friendly people, and organises guided tours of the city that are a real treat. Do not abound in references to Zamora guidebooks. But once there, we could feel the physical beauty of the city with its great historical wealth. Its location, next to the Duero, provide us with unforgettable views. Its winding streets, its churches and monasteries, its civil buildings, its abundant squares, its imposing Castle, its Cathedral, its people,... made our visit a huge unforgettable pleasure.
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  • A small town full of art and history, highlighting the density of Romanesque churches, easy to visit because of its proximity. The Cathedral, the Castle, its bridges, River...
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  • Zamora me captive from the first visit. Few cities keep still the authenticity of its historical centre. In addition to the innumerable churches, monuments and buildings that we can visit, download all the Santa Clara Street to the Cathedral and the Castle, contemplate the Douro from the wall and then wander through the streets is an unforgettable experience. The cuisine is excellent. Eat and drink in Zamora is almost or linked. There you have 4 recommendations. Casa Antonio, the most recognized green bike. Innovative, it is very good and would improve. The salt. Eat well and drink better Los Caprichos de Meneses. My favorite. The cheese, the chacina, desserts and wines from the area you can not miss
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