We begin the visit in the Plaza de Cervantes and the Cathedral of San Antolín (7th-18th centuries). Once the visit of the cathedral is finished, we will take a panoramic walk of the city center: Calle Mayor, Villandrando Palace, San Francisco Church, Plaza Mayor, Provincial Council, Santa Clara Convent and San Miguel Church.
Duration: Half Day
The visit can be complemented by a Full Day visiting in the afternoon the Visigothic church of San Juan de Baños (10 km).
Morning: We travel part of the Camino de Santiago from the Burgos town of Castrojeriz to Frómista. Visit of the church of San Martín, a Romanesque jewel from the 11th century; the Canal de Castilla, an engineering work from the 18th-19th centuries, with a visit to the Frómista lock. We continue to Villalcázar de Sirga, where we have lunch.
Afternoon: Visit of the Gothic church in Santa María in Villalcázar and the church of Santiago and the Monastery of San Zoilo in Carrión de los Condes.
Duration: Full day.
Morning: Depart from Palencia. Stop in Lomilla, an example of a Romanesque temple of the North. Visit to the historical-artistic complex of Aguilar: collegiate church of San Miguel Arcángel, hermitage of San Andrés, Santa Cecilia, castle, Monastery of Santa María la Real, headquarters of the Museum of the Romanesque. Lunch in Aguilar
Afternoon: Mountain route. Revilla de Pomar, Covalagua Valley, visit to the Cueva de los Franceses, with an interior tour to see karst formations such as stalagmites and stalactites. Back in Palencia, stop at Alar del Rey, the connection point of the Pisuerga River with the Canal de Castilla.
Duration: Full Day.
Exit from Palencia to the Roman Villa “La Olmeda” in Saldaña (65 km). The town preserves some splendid mosaics from the third and fourth centuries and remains of the thermal baths. From Saldaña we continue towards Carrión de los Condes, on the Camino de Santiago, where we visit the Church-museum of Santiago (12th century), and the Monastery of San Zoilo (Romanesque, Gothic and Renaissance remains).
Visit of the Church of Santa María la Blanca (13th century) in Villalcázar de Sirga of the Church of San Martín (11th century) and the lock of the Canal de Castilla in Frómista (14 km).
Duration: Full Day
We visit the town of Támara de Campos where the Gothic church of San Hipólito el Real is located and its tower called “La Moza de Campos”, due to its slenderness and harmony of proportions, and from there we will move to Astudillo to visit the Convent of Las Claras, monastery founded by Doña María de Padilla in the s. XIV.
Duration: Half Day