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The Castilian city of Valladolid lures travelers with its rich history, delectable cuisine and unparalleled Renaissance art and architecture. Savvy tourists know the best way to experience the city is to have a hotel near Valladolid's many historic and cultural attractions. Venere, one of the leaders in online hotel booking, makes it quick and easy to find centrally located Valladolid Hotels. Venere's user friendly website features interactive maps that pinpoint the exact location for each of the Valladolid Hotels and the hotel's distance from museums, churches, airports and train stations so visitors know exactly where they're staying before they arrive. Use Venere's search to quickly and easily book the perfect room and then start planning an itinerary to one of Spain's most culturally significant cities.
What's Valladolid Like?
Valladolid has been at the center of Spanish life since the Middle Ages. Its location, at the confluence of the Esgueva and Pisuerga rivers made it an important trading spot and it became a center of government in 1469 when King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella were married in Valladolid's Palacio Vivero. Many notable names passed through Valladolid, including Christopher Columbus, who died penniless and forgotten in Valladolid in 1506. Valladolid has many fine churches (be sure to ask the friendly hotel staff for maps and guidebooks) including the Baroque Cathedral built by Philip II of Spanish Armada fame, the Romanesque Santa Maria la Antigua and the Iglesia de Las Angustias, which contains the stunning Virgin of the Knives sculpture by Juan de Juni. Sacred art aficionados will also want to check out the Museo Nacional de Escultura, which features Europe's finest display of wooden religious statues from the 13th-18th centuries. Literature lovers will be delighted by the former home of Don Quixote author Miguel de Cervantes, which features many original artifacts from Spain's famous leading novelist.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Valladolid
Venere offers many deeply discounted Valladolid Hotels so travelers will have plenty of extra cash to sample some of the delectable Castilian cuisine (be sure to ask the knowledgeable hotel staff for tips on the best restaurants). Valladolid's signature dish is lechazo asado, which is a suckling lamb that has been slow roasted in a wood oven until it is tender and falling off the bone. A typical Castilian restaurant will serve lechazo with a salad and one of the region's famous wines. After a relaxing dinner, guests can return to their lovely hotel room. Venere guarantees the quality of each room with its certified guest review program, which provides accurate and detailed information about each of the hotels.