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It’s a pleasant town with great views from castle and cathedral. Some really interesting old churches dotted around the town
I’d recommend for an afternoon when on tour or as a day trip from Salamanca.
A small but charming, clean Romanesque historic city, affordable, tranquile and ideal for families. A plethora of romanesque churches, nice food and excelent bars, in this clean; organised, high quality of life city in Castille It is like traveling in time, Spain as it was,...More
I have to say I was a little disappointed in Zamora at first - we arrived on a Monday and there was very little going on by way of the usual Spanish town nightlife, in fact many bars and cafes were closed. However over the...More
Fabulous town with the most Romanesque churches in Europe, well worth a visit. The history is fascinating & the buildings are beautiful, definitely worth stopping off at & maybe staying overnight. We are staying at the Parador which is very central
I am a fan of Byzantine, Romanesque and Gothic architecture and Zamora is truly a remarkable center viewing some of the best. I believe there are over 20 Romanesque churches alone, and many other structures that date from the same period. Just wandering the narrow...More
We always love returning to Zamora. The River, the Storks, the Roman Bridge, The Castle, Cathedral, arches, streets & plazas. It's an atmospheric city & somehow there's a sense of peace & tranquillity.
We love the cold in winter & the older senoras in their...More
Zamora at wintertime was cold, but people were warm and nice. Having siesta could make sense in summer time, but in the heart of winter less so. Nights are so windy, rainy and cold that walking to see sight seeing locations was not easy.