Valladolid

Valladolid  is the largest city in northwestern Spain. It is the thirteenth most populous municipality in the entire country, with a population of 309,714 people. In 1490 this was the city that hosted the wedding of King Fernando and Queen Isabel. This city was the location where Christopher Columbus died, and it was the home of the author that penned Don Quixote, Miguel de Cervantes.

Map of Spain : Valladolid

Events & Festivals in Valladolid

Every place has local festivals, carnivals, and events that add a unique flair to the culture. The locals all enjoy these festivities, and tourists will truly be rewarded if they visit during the time of festivals, and carnival times. Valladolid...

Valladolid in One Day Itinerary

If you are taking a one day trip to visit the city then you want to arrive in the morning before ten so you will be there when the museums begin to open. If you start in Madrid I suggest...

Top Spanish Foods to Try in Valladolid

Local Cuisine Whenever you travel you simply have to try the local cuisine in order to say that you got the full experience of the destination you visited. Many people are afraid to try new foods, but you have to...

Top things to do in Valladolid

Valladolid, only 200km from Madrid is the capital of the Castilla y Leon region, has many important historic, artistic and architectural points of interest to discover such as the National Sculpture museum and the House of the author of Don...

How to get to Valladolid

Travelling to Valladolid There are several travel options for the tourist wishing to visit this amazing city. Your travel choices will depend on a lot of where you are travelling from, but you have the options of driving, taking a...

The Best Time to Visit Valladolid

The Best Time to Visit Valladolid The very best time to visit this lovely city would be Easter so you could see what happens during Holy Week, but other than that this is a great vacation spot almost all year...