Mar 18, 2019 - Mar 19, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Lot of historical spots to visit, amazing tapas and bars and clubs for a funny nightlife
Amongst Spaniards, Valladolid is famous for being one of the first places to bow down to Franco's jackbooted/truncheon wielding fascists. Small wonder it's known as 'Fascist-dolid.' Political alliances notwithstanding, modern-day Valladolid is a good gateway to other nearby places of interest such as Salamanca and has some in it's own right, such as La Casa Museo de Cervantes, for example and a silly-fun university nightlife that doesn't let up until the churros are dipped in chocolate caliente and the sun comes up.