The historical capital of the Kingdom of Castile, Burgos is a city in northern Spain situated on the Arlanzon river tributaries and characterised by Gothic and Renaissance architecture.
Burgos is renowned for its enriched cuisine, with local favourites including suckling lamb, soused trout and cod stew. Enjoy a walk along the river, take in the artistic and cultural city features and enjoy the region’s fine wine and temperate climate.
Historic landmarks in the city of Burgos include the Cathedral of Burgos, dating back to the 13th-century and a wide range of churches, palaces and buildings from the medieval ages.
A lesser-visited city with hidden gems around every corner, Burgos is a beautiful destination to consider adding to your coach tour of Spain.
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