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. Our Zamora journey maker website makes visiting Zamora and other Zamora attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • We were surprised by is beautiful city, by the large number of monuments, above all its Cathedral, the cleaning of street and parks, the friendliness of its inhabitants, the pubs that serve good wine with lid and at very affordable prices, I recommend his visit and the tour in the tourist train to admire the panoramic view of the city and the river.
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  • I suggest to visitors in this town that in the case of travel by car, Park on Calle de Trascastillo, next to the Church of San Claudio de Olivares, near the stoop and ramp. This is the ideal place to start your visit, entering through the historic area. Once next to the Cathedral, must go to the Mirador del Troncoso, who is close to passing before by the tourist office which is situated even before accessing this Mirador. The city is beautiful and travels well without being tiresome, virtually no gaps in the streets.
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  • Zamora is a small town along the Duero that impress visitors positively. Around the historical town is pedestrianised and is simply pristine. Its artistic heritage is carefully preserved and put in value, and ranges from 23 Romanesque churches (the city of the world with the highest number) to modernist houses, Renaissance palaces, medieval walls... There is a super trade, bars serving an extraordinary wine. I congratulate the people of Zamora and its town hall. Oh, forgot it, despite all this tourist pressure is not excessive, as it happens in other places. Visit and spend a day or two's worth.
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