Located in the old town of Penafiel is where you'll find this public square, where people still live. In August and during the festival of La Asuncion and San Roque, they make their windows and balconies into the makeshift lines of one bullring, with a little bit of medieval flavor, to celebrate under the watchful eye of the castle. This is a must-visit spot where you'll sink in to the roots in the deep-seeded traditions of this beautiful town.
Peñafiel is in the cradle of the Ribera del Duero and it's full of museums, a medieval square, and an arena where jousting tournaments are performed. The Collegiate of St. Paul roast lamb, cheese and the the best wine cellars of the Ribera.