The best routes in Valladolid are the ones we are going to show you below. Through excursions and guided walks through this city located in the north of the Iberian Peninsula, you will live one of the most pleasant experiences of your life. As well as getting to know an impressive Spanish historical heritage, you will have the opportunity to discover places with lots of charm that you can enjoy with your family during your next holidays or weekends.

Doing routes in Valladolid will not only allow you to enter the heart of this city marked by an enormous cultural legacy. It also guarantees your arrival to beautiful landscapes, of those that abound in the area, so you can disconnect from the outside world and live unique moments in the middle of nature.

If you are excited and want to travel to Valladolid to be part of the best routes of this city, then prepare your luggage and come with us to this amazing adventure that starts from now:

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What are the best routes in Valladolid?

Valladolid has stood out in recent years for offering a wide range of tourist attractions. In fact, it has become one of the busiest and most visited cities in Spain thanks to the various leisure activities that are on the table. But in this opportunity, we are going to highlight only those routes that have become indispensable in travel itineraries. Ready?!

Route of the Springs of the Cuco Valley

In the Cuco Valley located in the region of Campo de Peñafiel, you will do one of the best trekking routes available in Valladolid all year round. The place has an enviable climate and beautiful landscapes that turn out to be an invitation to visit it.

It starts in San Lorente up to Isarrubia. Along the way you will find crystal clear water sources such as Jarrubia, Valdemeso and San Pedro. Afterwards, the route continues to Corrales de Duero. It is approximately 13 kilometers long and will take you an average of 4 hours to complete.

Campo de Peñafiel

Peñafiel Douro Route

The Douro is one of the most important and longest rivers in the country. For this reason, it crosses many towns in the province, one of the most beautiful being Peñafiel. And to do the whole tour you will need several days.

But the Duero de Peñafiel route will take you to discover every corner of this small town. If you dare to walk the Douro trail at full speed, be prepared to cover at least 30 kilometres on foot or by mountain bike (MTB).

Peñafiel Douro Route

Route of the moors

It is 16 kilometers long and takes an average of 5 hours and a half. The majestic thing about this walk is that you will find castles such as Montealegre de Campo. There will also be other places that will cross your path such as Valle del Arroyo de Matallana and Villalba de los Alcores.

Villalba de los Alcores

The Castronuño Riverside Route

The 12 kilometers of this route will be really incredible. This walk takes place in the Riberas de Castronuño Nature Reserve. In fact, it is considered one of the best places for hiking because, among other things, you can see a good stretch of the Douro River. If you visit Valladolid do not miss this opportunity.

Where to eat?

You’re sure to have ended up completely exhausted after a long (but entertaining and quite fun) day of riding. But now it’s time to recharge your batteries by eating well in any of the restaurants in the city. And here are our suggestions:

Don Bacalao

If there is one thing you can appreciate about Don Bacalao, it is the dishes made with cod and the house specialty tapa, the Taj Mahal suckling lamb. This is one of the best tapas you can taste in the city of Valladolid in one of the most prestigious restaurants.

The Cork

El Corcho is one of the cheapest restaurants in Valladolid. But it is also a must stop if you want to have tapas and eat delicious food. Don’t leave without trying the ham croquettes which are finger-licking good. It stands out for its good service and its excellent atmosphere.

Gastrobar Descocidos

It is a good option to eat delicious food at a good price. It has excellent tapas and a varied menu. Gastrobar Descocidos has become a reference for its delicious hamburgers. Also, for its good service and for having a family atmosphere.

Where to sleep?

The tourist offer in Valladolid is quite complete. So much so that it has good hotels to accommodate national and international tourists at any time of the year. Want to know where to stay in this beautiful city?

Hostels in Valladolid

Hotel Amadeus

It is an excellent accommodation option located very close to Cervantes‘ house in Valladolid. It has good rooms and a great service that guarantees comfort to all its guests. It has become a reference in the city.

Hotel Monaco

This renowned hotel is located within walking distance of the Casa Museo de Zorrilla and is considered one of the best in the area. It has a large terrace and simple but comfortable rooms.

Novotel Valladolid

Novotel Valladolid is located near Parquesol and Museo de la Ciencia. It is one of the best in the area, according to its own guests. It has free WiFi, quality service, good rooms, outdoor pool, among others.

How to get there?

The city of Valladolid is located 50 minutes from Madrid. At Valladolid – Villanubla Airport you can land from any corner of the country. But of course you can also arrive by car or bus, as it has perfectly signposted roads and in good condition that ensures a good trip.

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