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Travellers who want to visit a city with a quiet atmosphere, scenic views and historical areas would enjoy exploring Lugo and the city's Roman remains in Galicia, North Western Spain. Hotels.com offers clear, helpful information for those searching for Lugo hotels which will suit them, with hotel availability, search parameters as well as detailed photos and descriptions of the accommodations. There are reviews left by other visitors for a personal view on the area and hotels. Finding a hotel with Hotels.com and letting them arrange it means less stress while travelling. The bed in Lugo is already booked and waiting to be slept in. There is a wide selection of places to stay in Lugo and Hotels.com offers deals and discounts for affordable travelling.

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When visitors leave their Lugo hotels and travel around the city they will notice the curved turrets of the Roman wall which surrounds Lugo. For a beautiful religious site there is Lugo Cathedral with its mix of gothic, romanesque, neo-classical and baroque architectural styles. A walk away from the cathedral is the Maior plaza where there is the clock tower and tourist centre as well as commemorative plaques of Galician historical figures. Relax in the tranquil Rosalia de Castro park, which is dedicated to the famous Galician poet. Beach lovers can visit several beaches that are a short drive away from their Lugo accommodation. The Longa and Areoura beaches do get busy, but the Llas and Esteirio beaches are much quieter. For museums in Lugo, there is the Museo Provincial de Lugo, Palloza Museo Casa do Sesto and the Convento de San Francisco, which was once a convent and now displays paintings and artifacts.

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Visitors to Lugo will need to brush up on their Spanish skills as it is rare to hear English outside of the tourist centre. They will also need to have access to transport if they wish to sight-see as there are several areas outside of the city which can only be reached by car, such as the old Roman bridge and spa. However, most of Lugo is pedestrian friendly for those who wish to explore the inside of the walled city. Lugo is also known for its food and wine, particularly seafood recipes. In regards to custom, the Galicia area's largest meal is lunch which then leads to the traditional siesta. This is a calming city with good food and Roman history and Hotels.com can help travellers easily book a bed at one of the Lugo hotels.