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Gijon is the largest city in the Autonomous region of Asturias in Spain. A port city and home to about 250,000 people, Gijon is a popular cruising destination and boasts some of the most remarkable coast lines anywhere in Europe. A wonderful blend of traditional Spanish culture and contemporary attractions, the city is home to a great range of accommodation and it has never been easier to book the perfect place to stay than with offers an excellent selection of holiday accommodation in Gijon and is able to provide holidaymakers with a bespoke and personalised booking service through every stage of the holiday booking process. Whether you are searching for high-end luxury or a low cost break, organising your trip with takes the hassle out of holidays.

What's Gijon Like?

Gijon is divided into six discreet districts all of which offer something special and unique to anyone visiting the city. If you are a fan of Spanish culture then why not visit the Museum of the Asturian People in the centre of the city? The Museum features a number of breathtaking permanent installations by local and international artists as well as interesting ethnographic and historical works. The city is also home to Spanish football side, Sporting Gijon. The team play their home games at the El Molinon Stadium, which can house 30,000 spectators. Gijon is also famous for its beautiful ancient architecture and landmarks. Sights like San Lorenzo Church, Revillagigedo Palace, and the Universidad Laboral De Gijon are popular tourist attractions all year round. The Universidad is also considered the biggest building in all of Spain and has featured in a number of popular Spanish feature films making it one of the most filmed spaces in Europe.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Gijon

Gijon enjoys a leisurely pace of life and the locals are always enormously accommodating and welcoming towards tourists, so you should have no problem fitting in on your travels. If you want to eat like the locals be sure to try one of the many Sidre restaurants in the city were you can sample the superb, fresh sea food and excellent local cider. Gijon is also one of the most popular holiday destinations among Spanish nationals, this means prices are more competitive than in other regions of Spain and there is an all round higher standard of service. However, it does necessitate some very basic Spanish skills, so be sure to take a phrase book along with you. Easier and cheaper than ever before, you really are in the best possible hands when booking your holiday accommodation with