Fuente de la Acena
Calle del Molino s/n, Quintanilla de Onesimo, Valladolid, Castile-Leon, 47350, Spain
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Valladolid train station
Empanadas de Pucela
I'll be flying to Valladolid Airport for the first time this December. I need to get to Palencia from there but don't know what the best way to do this is. A taxi costs about 60 Euro's and hire car costs about 70 Sterling for the 3 days. What I haven't been able to find is information on trains or buses. Does anyone have any ideas?
RE: Valladolid airport
For info about trains, go to http://www.renfe.es/regionales/regionales_cleon.html
RE: RE: Valladolid airport
Thanks for all the info - I'm actually from Palencia but have lived in London for most of my life now. I always try and get back there for Christmas to see family and grand parents but this is the first time I've flown to Valladolid. I still haven't given up hope of getting a lift from a family member!!!
Travel Tips for Valladolid
Let's get married
Saturday seemed to be the day
to get married. In every chuch we walked in
we saw at least one wedding. ;-)
During the afternoon when everybody hides
in twon we were relaxing in the parc
'campo grande'. After the church that is the
next stop. I saw this bossy woman in a
turkois costume telling the newlyweds
how to pose and a young guy dragging this
huge middleaged camera with him...
I asumed the lady was the mother in law.
But no , she was the photographer...
It took her ages to get the picture..
A little wind blew some drops on the couple...
That was when I took the picture ,
with my fast digital camera'
What do you think?
Casa de Zorilla
The House-Museum is dedicated to the author of Don Juan Tenorio, the Spanish Romantic poet José Zorrilla. The museum contains documents, manuscripts, furniture and personal mementos of the poet, donated by his widow. The two-storey house has a lovely garden, and its rooms (kitchen, living room, study, etc.) are carefully decorated to reproduce the typical style of the Romantic Era.
"Nice Town full of life"
Valladolid for sure is worth of a visit although it's not the most wonderful city in Spain. There are a lot of beautiful sights and monuments but I think the best feature is its pep and energy. At night all the places are crowded with happy people having fun and you can find as ,many bars and restaurants as you want. The food is really very good (at least in the restaurant I went to).
Valladolid can be also a very good starting point for a lot of trips around in Castilla y Leon, the bus connection are very comfortable and the prices are affordable. I visited Penafiel in a one day trip by bus from Valladolid and I enjoyed it very much. Locals also recommend Segovia.
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