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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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  • The best Romanesque of the peninsula, a quiet and charming place where to spend a nice weekend
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  • A little-known town because she is on the road to nowhere and yet... Center important in the middle age, she is full of all the most beautiful Roman churches than the others, the walk from the Duero River offers an exceptional view on the city and its Cathedral and its tourist train allows to have a good picture of the city and make beautiful potos. I'm périgourdine and learned that the city had ancestral with my native land links: the Bishop who initiated the construction of the Cathedral was called Bernard of Périgord and one of the districts of the city is called San Frontis in honor of "Saint Front", the boss of Périgueux, because a monk came to there founded a monastery that he baptized so. Who says that in the middle ages, people did not travel?... Note also: an excellent food at very affordable prices. Don't miss to eat good tapas: El Círculo Zamorano, Bicicleta verde, los Caprichos Meneses, but there are others as well... Family, I recommend the holidays of San Pedro late June, very nice!
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  • Historic city, walled, which takes you back to the middle ages and times past its glory. It has a very pleasant walk along the Douro River and a beautiful view above the.
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