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Although it is not the most beautiful Plaza Mayor in Spain, it is worth to be visited. It has harmony but unfortunately some high buildings destroy a few skylines perspectives. As in all Spanish Plazas you should seat for a drink and enjoy the Spanish...More
A little different from the more classical plazas of Spain but very attractive and acessible. Just park in the underground parking and explore the Plaza and the city centre.
The Plaza is well decorated and has nicce restaurants and shops around.
Valladolid is the old capital of Spain. The city, where Isabella and Fernando (Los Reyes Catolicos) married and where Felipe II was born. Amongst the sites to visit are the homes of both Cervantes and Columbus who spent their last days in the city. There...More
It’s nice to see, rather big, impressive buildings, specifically the Town Hall (Casa Consistorial). Nevertheless, parts of the square are marked with small roadblocks to mark the entrance and exit roads to the parking garage located underneath the Plaza, which roads lead over parts of...More
We passed though the square several times on our visit. The cafes as you would expect are more expensive and we only stopped once for a drink. The second time we sat at a table and had a waiter pass us several time with only...More