Paradores Silver Route (II)
Paradores proposes you to discover Spain through routes by staying at our unique hotels. A journey from Extremadura to Benavente following the historic road that connects the Andalusian Atlantic coastline with the Cantabrian Sea.Parador de GuadalupeSunday. Declared a National Monument, this welcoming town has an infrastructure to cope with thousands of visitors and pilgrims who come here throughout the year to visit this beautiful Extremadura town with its typical popular architecture surrounding the Monastery.Parador de PlasenciaMonday. Is the last stage on our route along this section of La Ruta de Plata and a true gift for those last hours in Extremadura to enjoy visits to places such as the New and Old Cathedrals.Parador de Ciudad RodrigoTuesday. A pretty town full of history waiting to be explored at the 12th-cnetury Cathedral, the Walls - initially started by King Fernando II -, the 16th-century Town Hall, Los Castro Palace, Los Águila PalaceParador de SalamancaWednesday. Head to the Baroque 18th-century Plaza Mayor, open your eyes and be seduced by its harmonious beauty.The city of Salamanca is a treasure trove of monuments, where the bustle of the university beats in non-stop cultural activity. The surrounding region of Armuña (Castellanos de Villiquera, Monterrubio, Gomecello, La Velles) Parador de ZamoraThursday. Zamora is right at the heart of the Ruta de la Plata and is known as the Romanesque capital thanks to the amount of monuments marking out the streets and squares, including the beautiful Cathedral. Parador de BenaventeFriday and Saturday. It is located in a strategic area where the fertile Esla, Órbigo and Tera valleys converge. The Parador is located in La Mota Castle, which seems to have been built at the time the city was repopulated by Fernando II in the 12th century.We offer: Standard double room with breakfasts included / Half board Supplement 175 € per person.