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39 reviews of Laguardia


Back to the Middle Ages

In the region of La Rioja Alavesa we find this beautiful medieval municipality where a walk along its streets is like going back to the 15th Century. In fact, the day we visited it there was a medieval market, creating a perfect atmosphere.

The wall, about two meters high, surrounds the whole town, giving it a much more impressive appearance, as well as its streets, narrow and with stone buildings.

It is worth highlighting Santa María de los Reyes, a monastery with a gothic façade where we find an important polychromed portico, one of the few that remain intact in Spain.

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A Magnificent Walk

Laguardia is located in the region of La Rioja Alavesa. The economy of the city revolves around the world of wine.

It is the capital of one of the better known wine regions in Spain, and walking along its surroundings is magnificent, since you can admire the vineyards, neatly aligned, with a rugged mountainous background that contrasts with the green tones. It is a pleasure to visit this area.

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A Must Visit


A medieval town located on the top of a mountain with a peripheral wall and incredible views. Moreover, it houses the wine cellar designed by Santiago Calatrava for Ysios, a magnificent wine.

The town is very nice for talking walks and you can visit the church of Santa María de los Reyes and the main square, where there is a clock over the city hall, and every hour some dolls come dancing out of it.

Don’t miss the beautiful Ysios cellar, with a guided tour that you must book in advance. If you want to eat in a good place, go to Migueloa. It has excellent food although it is pricey. Another great place is the restaurant of the Marixa Hotel, very good traditional food at a good price.

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Good Tapas and Good Wine

It is a town that I have visited twice. It has a special charm, with its narrow streets and with no traffic. It has many bars with good tapas and good wine; each bar has a different wine supplier since the whole town is a wine cellar.

The people are charming and warm. If you want to know the whole process of elaboration of a good “caldo” (wine), this is the right place.

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