The Plaza Mayor is middle of Gijon, next to Cimadevilla. This large square is surrounded by arcades, where there are a large number of cider places and restaurants. City Hall and the former Fishing Building are here, and in the centre, there is a lamppost on a small staircase. The entrances to the square are pedestrian.
This plaza is in the centre of the city of Oviedo, right across from the Cathedral and other iconic plazas in Old Town Oviedo, like Umbrella Square. Parallel to the plaza is Mon Street, the nightlife centre. The central statue of the square represents a donkey distributing dairy milk cans. In the interior of the plaza stands the old building from the square of the fish. It has several restaurants and wineries with terrace seating. There is a popular restaurant calle The Raitán. It's very nice and quiet, and close to all the must-see monuments, an exceptional site for a long walk.
Whenever I go to Oviedo I usually park in an underground car park which is central because it's impossible to leave the main pedestrian shopping streets and the city and is very close to the old town. The square of streets Uria, Pelayo Argüelles and Fruela, and is surrounded by historical buildings such as the legendary Teatro Campoamor or headquarters of the Caja de Ahorros de Asturias, and the Park of San Francisco, a real lung in city. In the center, there's a large ornamental fountain and the sculpture called "Motherhood" by Botero. Another sculpture in the square is "Asturcones" which has 3 bronze horses made by Manolo Valdés. This square was built in the 19th century, and since then has had different names, but curiously left with the name "Escandalera" in commemoration of urban protests that took place there because of the alignment of the first house built on the corner of San Francisco and Fruela.
Constitution Square is one of the most emblematic places in the Asturian town of Tapia de Casariego, as several of the main monuments such as the City Council and the Monument Tapia Fernando Tapia are located here. Also, right behind it you can see the church of St. Stephen. This square is commonly known as The Park and besides the 3 monuments just mentioned, you can also see the architectural delights of the two schools of the town. The square is often used for craft fairs and has lots of restaurants.
The Nalón walls are one of the smaller sights in Asturias. The population of the village considerably increases during the summer, as many people from Asturia and other communities summer here. The provincial capital has the same name as the council, and life revolves around the main square: Plaza del Marqués de Muros. The Church of the Santa Maria and the city council are located here, so, in consideration of artistic interest, it's worth taking a tour of this beautiful villa, stopping along the way to drink a bottle of cider escanciada in one of the square's many terraces.