Asturias Warnings and Dangers

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Asturias Warnings and Dangers

  • Picking and Packing a Rucksack

    Picking and Packing a RucksackI can’t overemphasize the importance of having a good fitting, well packed rucksack and this “Tip” is to try to explain the best way of achieving this – Based on my own experiences for over 20 years of Long Distance walking, Trekking in Nepal and Camino Walking First of all, choosing your rucksack.Rucksacks come in...

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  • Be careful with cows

    There are many and many cows in mountains in the National park "Picos de Europa" and in roads. Be careful while you're driving!

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  • Bagpipes

    There is an English joke that goes: What is the difference between a trampoline and a set of bagpipes? Answer: Eventually people get tired of jumping up and down on the trampoline.Although the Asturian and Scottish bagpipes are played differently, the sound is still enough to make me head back to the wood-banging and whistling Basques.

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  • Take a flashlight

    Okay, you might think this is a really, really bizarre recommendation, but trust me-- you will thank me. If you are going to be a guest in someone's home, you might consider taking a flash light. You see, since most homes in Spain are located in densely populated urban areas, the Spanish have come up with a brilliant way to shut out the noise,...

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  • Not too much to worry about.

    You don't really have too much to worry about in Asturias, other than the things you would normally worry about at home in the same situation. The food is totally safe (but buy bottled water), transportation is pretty reliable, etc. The only concern is walking alone in the city at night, just like anywhere else (especially the parks- I almost got...

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  • Silken Ciudad Gijon Hotel

    4 star hotel at the rail station for FEVE and RENFE .70 euro single. Great staff. Ask the direction...

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  • Hotel de la Reconquista

    The most famous hotel in Asturias is located in the heart of Oviedo. The core of the building, which...

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  • Hotel Don Paco

    Stayed two nights, wish it had been longer. This hotel is very comfortable in historic setting.The...

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  • Parador

    Villanueva, 33550 Cangas de Onis, Spain

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

  • Pension Arbidel

    We chose The Pension Arbidel on Cale Oscura 1 which is on the Camino route through Ribadesella and...

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  • NH Palacio De Ferrera

    Plaza De Espana 9, , Avilés, Asturias 33400

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars

  • Casona de la Paca

    This is a great small place, the manager (Montse Abad) is great in making you feel like you are at...

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  • La Corte De Lugás

    Lug�¡s S/N, Villaviciosa, 33311, es

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

  • Hotel Rural La Llosa de Fombona

    Susacasa s/n, Luanco, 33448, Spain

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

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