If you want to know which are the best routes in Logroño pay close attention to this guide. Here you will surely find the perfect itinerary for hiking or any other activity in the streets of the capital of the autonomous community of La Rioja, in the north of Spain.

But before you make the decision and choose Logroño as your next holiday destination, you should know that this city so indispensable of the Camino de Santiago invites you to take a meaningful walk through its central quarter and nearby areas.

Thus, you will have the opportunity to learn about its main enclaves, appreciate the hospitality of its people, taste its delicious gastronomy, while you discover the taste of the best wine of the region. Impressed?

Through this guide you will explore Logroño from beginning to end using as a means the best routes through this municipality of just over 150 thousand inhabitants, with a climate that ranges from the hottest in summer to the coolest in winter, and with a commercial activity that is growing rapidly.

All the routes of the Camino de Santiago

What are the best routes in Logroño?

Now that you’ve decided to venture to Logroño, you need to know which are the best routes through this city empowered by the Ebro River and designated in 2012 as Gastronomic City of Spain.

Route through the central area

It is one of the simplest, but also one of the most significant. Here you will discover essential places, those that can not miss on your list of places to visit. A short walk through the streets of Logroño will allow you to see the Co-cathedral of Santa María de La Redonda, Paseo de El Espolón, the church of Santiago El Real, the Convent of La Merced (seat of Parliament) or Santa María de Palacio.

Route along Senda de Los Elefantes (Calle Laurel)

La Luvina Tabern

Laurel Street is essential in Logroño. Yes, this is an area full of bars where wine tasting is a privilege. It is called Laurel Street, since prostitution was once developed as a means of survival to the crisis. Those available women hung laurel leaves over their balconies. Now, if you ask the locals why the name of Ruta de Los Elefantes, they will answer something very simple: whoever enters has a great chance of leaving the place with a trunk and on 4 legs, just like these incredible animals.

Route from Logroño to Nájera

Three pilgrims on a route

It is undoubtedly for some the best route, as it will put your skills to the test. This is a linear route of low difficulty that you will complete on foot in 5 hours and 20 minutes maximum. During the 28.61 kilometers you can take some photos to post on social networks and save for posterity. As a recommendation, include in your backpack only what you need to leave very early in the morning for this route, one of the most recognized on the Camino de Santiago.

Logroño – Torres del Río – La Población – Logroño route by bike

If you are one of those who love the combination of tourism and sport, this bicycle route that starts in the capital of La Rioja is perfect for you. It is a route of medium difficulty, recommended for people in perfect physical condition. Take the opportunity to see the beautiful scenery in Sierra de Codés and La Población.

Where to eat in Logroño?

Typical Pintxos of Logroño

The time to eat has come. It is necessary to recharge your batteries after doing the best routes in Logroño. Here is our selection of restaurants to enjoy the best tapas and pinchos in La Rioja.

Laurel Letters

If you are looking for quality dishes in reasonable quantities then this is the perfect choice. It is one of the top recommendations of the locals, so it is worth a visit during lunch hours. It stands out for its attention and good service. And if you have a little room left after lunch, pamper your palate with a delicious coffee flan. It is located in the popular Laurel Street.

Juan Carlos Ferrando Restaurant

There is no doubt that to enjoy the Juan Carlos Ferrando Restaurant you have to be very hungry. The portions are plentiful and the food is exquisite. So much so that it deserves a 10 out of 10. It also stands out for its good service and the cordial treatment of its managers. Find it at María Teresa Gil de Garate 7.

Passion for you

In Pasión por ti you will find the best pinchos of the city. In addition to its exquisite taste, its decoration attracts a lot of attention. So much so that you’ll want to reserve a seat in this fabulous place where good service and cordial treatment are also predominant. It is located in Calle Laurel.

Where to sleep in Logroño?

Gran Vía 61 Robinson

To make your travel itinerary complete, you have to include the best hotels to spend one or more perfect nights. And here is our recommendation for today:

Gran Vía 61 Robinson

Located in the heart of the city of Logroño, this place of accommodation has an excellent location. But even better are its services, so you can enjoy an apartment with comfortable rooms with free Internet access, living area, kitchen and dining room.

The Courtyard of San Nicolas

It is also one of the best options for guests. It is located in the city centre, very close to the Town Hall and the Co-cathedral of Santa María de La Redonda. Find comfortable rooms with air conditioning, flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a private car park that you can use for an extra charge.

Apartment Avenida de Portugal

1 kilometer from Laurel Street, this apartment is an excellent alternative for accommodation. Its rooms are spacious and comfortable, offers free wifi, patio and dining room. But one of its main features are its views of the city.

How to get to Logroño?

To get to Logroño and enjoy the best routes in this city you won’t need a map, as the route is very easy if you follow the directions on the road or those of your GPS if you drive your own car. This city is located 336 kilometers from Madrid and 478 from Barcelona.

From both cities you can also travel by bus, train or plane. The method will depend on your availability of money and time. Whatever the case, don’t miss the opportunity to get to know this important municipality in La Rioja.

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