"Posadas Reales" in Castile-León, the charm of the countryside
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Are you planning to come on holiday to Castile-León? Are you looking for a place with charm, away from the city and in touch with nature? Do you want personal service? We suggest you stay in one of the "Posadas Reales" (Royal Inns): rural accommodation in historic towns with many monuments, or surrounded by beautiful landscapes. Excellence is guaranteed.
You'll find many "Posadas Reales" in each one of the nine provinces in Castile-León. If you decide to stay in one of them you'll discover traditional architecture that is perfectly integrated into the environment. Many of them are fully refurbished manor houses, decorated with many of the original elements. You'll be able to choose from a palace adjoining a 15th century civil defensive tower, an old mill and bakery, an old farmhouse...
Another advantage of "Posadas Reales" is the variety of leisure activities they offer. So if you like making the most of your trips, get ready to go hiking, on horse riding routes, kayaking, playing golf, visiting wineries, going on cultural routes to discover towns nearby…
"Posadas Reales" are warm and welcoming. This familiarity and hospitality can be seen especially in the food. We guarantee your mouth will water when you try any of the local wines with designation of origin (such as Ribera del Duero), suckling pig or baby lamb, roasted in a wood-fired oven, according to tradition, fresh cows' milk, cold meats, loaves of bread baked in a wood-fired oven, local homemade cheese, marmalade and varied homemade cakes…
Remember that if you stay in any of these inns you'll have the perfect excuse to discover any of the 11 cathedrals in Castile-León, any of the 200 castles, its World Heritage Cities, 112 Historic Sites, privileged natural settings... Make the most of your trip. Things to remember
The official Castile-León tourism web site includes a guide in English and Spanish with information on every place - location, architecture, gastronomy, environment…
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