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The Parador de Tordesillas is located just half an hour from Valladolid, on the road that leads to the historic town of Tordesillas. The building is a manor house surrounded by a leafy pine forest and a well-kept garden, where visitors are offered rest and tranquility. Inside, the Castilian style in furniture and decoration predominates. It has an outdoor pool, heated pool, sauna and Turkish bath; in addition to a restaurant and bright rooms with large capacity for holding all kinds of events.


In 1886 Quintín Muelas Carrión established himself in Tordesillas, at number 3 Santa María street. Exactly the same place where we continue to make our wines. He started the winemaking activity dedicated to making fortified wine, which continued until the mid-sixties when, despite the cessation of wine production, Quintín Muelas Pascual continued to make fortified wine in the vats inherited from his father.


The former palace of the Counts of Alba de Aliste is today home to the Parador de Zamora. A beautiful 15th century Renaissance palace built in the centre of the city. Although the building has a military appearance its interior design is full of sophisticated effects. One highlight is the magnificent Renaissance courtyard with a glazed wooden gallery and heraldic coats of arms. The decoration is in the medieval style, as shown by the armour, the noble tapestries and the canopied beds. The Parador completes its offer with two convention rooms, a refreshing swimming pool and an excellent cuisine in its restaurant


The CyL - Félix Rodríguez de la Fuente Iberian Wolf Center is an educational resource and socioeconomic revitalization linked to the Wolf Conservation and Management Plan in Castilla y León. It allows your visitors to enjoy watching Iberian wolves in semi-freedom conditions.

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Salamanca, a World Heritage city and a lively university city, is full of historic buildings and places.Strolling around the Plaza Mayor, one of the most beautiful squares in Spain, enjoying a drink in the bars that surround it; visiting the Casa de las Conchas, which is famous for its façade; visiting the cathedrals and ascending to the outside terraces to stroll among gargoyles and bells; looking for the frog on the façade of the historic University building, the oldest in Spain: these are some of the essential activities on any visit to Salamanca.


8 of the best things to do in this wonderful historic university town.  This city in western Spain has a vibrant youth community made up of various nationalities. Its many open squares are home to restaurants, bars, boutiques, and cafes, as well as a sandstone cathedral, monuments, and museums dating back to the 13th century.

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