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Near the northeast border of Portugal and Spain lies the city of Zamora, Spain. Originally a Roman settlement, many sights around the city still stand in tribute to its past. Two dozen Romanesque style churches going as far back as the 12th and 13th centuries can be found here, more than anywhere else on the continent. There are plenty of other historical ruins to explore such as castles, fortresses, and ancient stone walls making it a haven for the medieval history buff. For as long as your stay in Zamora lasts, the travel agents of Venere.com will help you find the Zamora hotels that will fit your needs. Offering one to five star accommodations, there's a hotel available for every budget and lifestyle. And with 200,000 listings worldwide, you can feel secure in working with one of the most experienced hotel agencies in the world.
What's Zamora Like?
With so many ancient buildings to explore, you may be hard pressed to see and experience all of them. The Cathedral of Zamora is one to put on the top of your list though. A 12th century relic, its interior is decorated with art throughout the centuries including a magnificent collection of Flemish tapestries. Also worth your time is the cities castle. Complete with moat, entrance gate, and towers it looks as if it has sprung to life from a fairy tale. A medieval portion of the city contains even more monuments such as the Churches of San Isidoro, San Pedro, and San Ildefonso, the second largest church in the city. The city has several museums to compliment these historic sights such as the Catedralicio and Baltasar Lobo, many of which are devoted to religious art.
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As expected, Spanish is the primary language in Zamora, though learning a few Portuguese phrases can't hurt with its proximity to Portugal. Chickpea or Garbanzo beans are a prominent ingredient as is cheese from sheep's milk, steak, mushrooms, and rice dishes. Toro wines, a very dark wine of the region has seen a rise in reputation in recent years as well. As long as you visit this ancient city, the agents of Venere will be here to make sure that your hotel suits your needs perfectly. Since pioneering independent reviews in 2001, Venere has accumulated more than one million online reviews giving you the luxury of a firsthand account before you even check in. To make a reservation, you can either visit Venere online or download their smartphone mobile app to receive exclusive offers on the go.