One of the world’s richest kingdoms during the Middle Ages is, nowadays, a quiet region in the north of Spain. Explore its medieval villages and impressive monuments while you enjoy traditional recipes and wines still aged in old underground cellars.
Your expert local guide will accompany you as you unveil the secrets of the Spanish culture. This tour includes visits to hand-selected wineries to meet the owners in Ribera del Duero, Rueda and Arlanza. You will contemplate some of the most impressive monuments of the north of Spain and you will rest in luxury accommodation located in a historical building.
Day 1: Segovia
Close to Ribera del Duero, you visit the millenary town of Segovia with the two-thousand-year-old Roman aqueduct, and tasty suckling pig.
Day 2: Burgos
In Burgos, visit the cathedral and walk along the medieval village where the Kingdom of Castile was born 1000 years ago. Visit a monastery where the monks sing Gregorian chants every day and taste the wines from Arlanza.
Day 3: Salamanca
Today, Salamanca is considered one of the prettiest towns of Spain. It is home to the oldest and most prestigious university in the country. There you will enjoy one of the most popular Spanish delicacies, the Jamón Ibérico (Iberian ham).
Day 4: Ribera del Duero
Discover the medieval heritage of Ribera del Duero, the best place to enjoy the local roasted baby lamb and world-famous wines.
For the fully-detailed itinerary of this trip, including suggested accommodation and prices, please contact us directly by clicking on CONTACT US on the right.
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