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How to Find the Best Burgos Hotels with Venere

If you are planning a visit to the old Castilian capital, Venere is here for you to help you find the best value hotels for your stay. We have partnered with plenty of Burgos hotels of all types and in all price ranges to cover whatever your travel and accommodation needs may be. Along with this, we provide visitor-generated ratings of each partner location, along with pictures of each hotel, so that you can see for yourself exactly where you will be staying and what to expect. Venere also provides local maps for each location, to make it that much easier for you to decide on the best spot based on the reason for your stay and where you plan to go in the home of El Cid. Finding the perfect room in Burgos - or anywhere - is easy when you search with Venere!

What's Burgos Like?

The Burgos Cathedral is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and houses the body of Spanish general and legend El Cid. The historic center surrounding the cathedral hosts plazas and sites such as the Arco de Santa María at the old city entrance. The massive Castillo de Burgos, the old castle, once dated to the 9th century, but was rebuilt in the 19th century after its obliteration in the Napoleonic Wars. Burgos hosts other history besides conflict and government, also. The city houses the Museum of Human Evolution, and the Sierra de Atapuerca site nearby - also on the UNESCO World Heritage list - is home to some of the most groundbreaking archaeological finds in Iberia. This is merely the tip of the cultural iceberg for Burgos. By letting Venere help you find Burgos hotels, you can see all of this and more.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Burgos

Burgos makes getting around easy, with pleasant weather and an extensive bus network. The city is renowned for its meats and cheeses, in particular morcilla (blood sausage) and queso de Burgos. The local flavor is supplemented by an engaging cultural scene centered around dance, both during festivals and at the city's clubs. Knowing Spanish will get you a long way, but if not, the city is popular enough of a destination that you will still find Burgos accommodating. While El Cid might be the city's most favorite son, Ribera del Duero wine might be its most famous export, so be sure to try some. All in all, the city is an easy place to visit, and even easier to enjoy with a good place to stay in Burgos. With Venere's selection of Burgos Hotels, you can be assured that your visit will be a comfortable one.