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Oviedo is a city in the Asturias region of northern Spain and is considered the area's capital. Although it is not located along the ocean, it still benefits from a coastal climate. It's deep-rooted history is still evident in an abundance of medieval architecture. Tucked between two rivers, it has a diverse culture that includes a wealth of art, theater and music. Oviedo hotels bring out the historic wonders of the city while connecting guests to wonderful cuisine and cultural activities. Venere lets guests read real-guest reviews as well as see what savings and specials are available before picking their hotel. That lets each visitor make the most of Oviedo, enjoying interests that would attract young and old visitors, tourists looking for attractions, and couples and groups wanting to soak up all there is to see and do here.
What's Oviedo Like?
Considered the main commercial center of the Asturias region, Oviedo is more bustling than surrounding towns. Beyond the city's medieval architecture, there is a thriving community and a rich artistic tradition that includes several museums, theaters, and a well-respected orchestra. Oviedo University has international population and there is a diverse mix of sports teams here as well. Strolling around is made easier by the location of the historic quarter which features the Gothic-style Cathedral, the palace of the Marquis of San Félix, Camposagrado as well as many lovely squares. Finding a home in the old Velarde Palace are the Fine Arts Museum and the Archaeological Museum. One can also observe the Regional Palace, where all of the region's administrative headquarters reside. There are also plenty of cultural centers, theaters and shopping to take in as well. At Oviedo hotels, guests are never far from the city's wide-selection of happenings.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Oviedo
Oviedo is a versatile city brimming with an international student life and a wide variety of cultural locations and events. Additionally, conversing solely in Spanish isn't so essential here as in other areas. Upon visiting, try to take in all the venues and events available in Oviedo. Enjoy the historic architecture, various works of art, hear a classical concert or see a play, and, of course, try the cuisine. Local favorites include: strong local cheeses like Gamonedo, chorizo a la sidra, carne gobernada, carmelized rice pudding, carbayones, frixuelos, seafood and, of course, the cider. Locals frequent chigres (cider bars) enjoying local cider before a hearty dinner. Venere makes finding the right one among Oviedo hotels so much better. Venere features great search options, real reviews from real guests, and specials that we pass down from our hotel partners directly to our guests.
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