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Valladolid is the biggest city in Northwest Spain and is situated where the Pisuerga and Esgueva rivers meet. With extreme temperature variations, the city enjoys classically warm Spanish summers and typically northerly European winters. This makes it a popular tourist destination throughout the year and allows the city to boast a unique calendar of seasonal activities. With a beautiful old town and some spectacular old architecture, the city is one of Spain's hidden treasures. Interestingly Valladolid is an industrial centre in Spain with the area responsible for much of the nation's automobile manufacturing. Hotels.com is able to offer travellers an exclusive insight into the areas main accommodation providers and can recommend the best places to stay based on not only your budget but also your specific personal specifications.

What's Valladolid Like?

There are a number of popular tourist spots in the city of Valladolid all offering a unique perspective on the city and its culture. Religion is enormously important in the city and there are many impressive pieces of religious architecture for visitors to appreciate. The San Pablo Church was completed in 1468 and is an exceptional example of the Gothic style of architecture that is popular in the region. Campo Grande is a popular local park among families and tourists, which is located in the heart of Valladolid. Painstakingly maintained and incredibly well attend the park is one of the best ways to meet the locals and enjoy the weather. Gutierrez Way is one of the major recreation and entertainment areas of the city and offers a wide range of bars, restaurants, and cafes. A covered area that provides respite from the weather outside, Gutierrez way is a busy little part of the city and a great place to try some of the regions traditional food.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Valladolid

It is said that the residents of Valladolid speak the best Spanish in the country, enunciating their words more clearly and making less allowances for non-native speakers. This is great news for anyone looking to learn or improve his or her Spanish, but be sure to take a phrase book with you when visiting. Valladolid has a rich food and drink culture, with some of the best tapas and wine in the country. It is important to try and take long, leisurely lunches when visiting the city and to try as wide a range of dishes as possible. Also, be sure to tip generously as the service in the city is excellent. Hotels.com offers a huge range of holiday accommodation and world class customer service, so be sure to book your trip with us.