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If you have chosen La Rioja to spend a weekend or if you are thinking about it, here's a suggestion to make good use of your time and discover the basics:Friday:If you arrive in La Rioja on Friday afternoon, visit Calle Laurel or Calle San Juan in Logroño or the Herradura in Haro. Trying the specialities of each bar, along with the House Rioja is the best way to start your visit to La Rioja and learn about the culture of wine.

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Mosaic of cultures

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On Sunday we suggest a unique cultural visit: The Monasteries of Suso and Yuso at San Millán de la Cogolla, World Heritage Site and cradle of the Spanish language. The Route of the Spanish Language starts off from these monasteries in La Rioja.

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Día 1: Nájera - Santo Domingo - ezcaray

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La Rioja can be an adventure for children. Where else are they going to find dinosaurs, castles, windmills, waterfalls and adventure?Start by discovering the oldest animals on earth. The dinosaurs left their tracks in La Rioja thousands of years ago and can still be seen. Can you imagine your hand within the footprint of a dinosaur? Try to see who leaves the biggest impression.To understand the lives of these animals, how they left their tracks and above all, how the tracks have survived until present day, you have to visit Barranco Perdido, a complete palaeoadventure park where children can pretend to be explorers and families enjoy themselves while learning. In Enciso and other locations around you will discover most of the finds, life-size replicas of animals and the most curious stories: a struggle between dinosaurs, a whole family, a lame dinosaur... Yes, oddly enough, you can see all this in La Rioja.Wine can also be fun for children, who cannot drink it, but they can learn how the must is made, taste it while their elders taste the wines and admire the enormous wineries with their stainless steel tanks that look like spacecraft, play among the vineyards, learning how grapes are picked, how the vines are cared for... The possibilities are many and children love to behave like grown-ups in a grape juice tasting session and learn how grapes turn into wine... a mystery, isn't it?But family fun does not stop there. Did you know that La Rioja is full of castles? With famous battles and everything, like Clavijo Castle, where Santiago appeared on his famous white horse to win the battle.Between castles and monasteries you can live medieval tales of princes and kings, like the King of Nájera - Pamplona, who was hunting one​ day when he spotted a dove that led him to a cave in which he found an image of the Virgin Mary, a bunch of lilies, a bell and an oil lamp. In that same place he built the Monastery of Santa María la Real de Nájera and if you visit it with children you can enter the cave at the back of the pantheon where the kings are buried.La Rioja is full of medieval legends, such as the hen that crowed after being roasted in Santo Domingo de la Calzada. In the cathedral there is a chicken coop with live chicken and cock who crows for visitors.Also hiding in a forest in La Rioja there is the small monastery of Suso (almost a shrine) where centuries ago the first words were written in the Spanish language and also in Basque, on the margin of a book written in Latin, like a side note written on a textbook.If you're looking for adventure, what you need are sport activities: snowshoes, bicycles and horses among the vineyards, hiking picking blackberries or other wild fruit... What seems most fun?Also in La Rioja you can have fun while learning, in the Interpretation Centres (transhumance, bee-keeping, snow, celtiberian, the groves of the Ebro), by visiting a wind- or water mill, by playing in the House of Sciences or enjoying activities at the Vivanco Museum of the Culture of Wine or family visits to the Würth Museum of Modern Art.You thought that the children would get bored in La Rioja?

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4 day tour of La Rioja

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Day 1: Nájera - Santo Domingo - Ezcaray

On the first day, you could follow the St James' Way as it crosses La Rioja. You can start in Logroño, although I would suggest that you leave at least one evening to get to know the capital and, particularly, to enjoy the popular cuisine of the Calle Laurel (the most visited location in La Rioja)

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El milagro del ahorcado y del gallo y la gallina de Santo Domingo de la Calzada  son Bien de Interés Cultural (BIC) de carácter inmaterial, por parte del Gobierno de La Rioja.

Un matrimonio alemán y su joven hijo, Hugonell, se dirigen en peregrinación a Compostela. Al llegar a Santo Domingo se hospedan en un mesón. La hija del posadero se enamora del joven, pero al no ser correspondida decide vengarse ocultando una copa de plata en el equipaje del joven. Cuando éste abandona la ciudad la muchacha denuncia el robo. Al ser capturado, se encuentra la copa entre sus pertenencias por lo que es acusado de robo y condenado a la horca.

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Anguiano

Hospedería de la Abadía de Nuestra Señora de Valvanera, run by a Benedictine community, is located in an area of great natural beauty. Surrounded by extensive forests and encircled by the summits of the San Lorenzo mountain range, it offers splendid panoramic views of the valley and peaks.

The Monastery arouses great interest, not only due to its magnificent setting , but for its late Gothic church, devoted to the Virgen de Valvanera, patron saint of La Rioja.

The serenity and tranquility of monastic life make this site the ideal place for a getaway, to relax amidst nature.

Thanks to its privileged location, the Abbey is an excellent starting point for numerous excursions in the surrounding area and for visiting numerous interesting historical-artistic sites: Anguiano, with its famous stilt dancers, Nájera, San Millán de la Cogolla, Santo Domingo de la Calzada, Cañas. Briones, Haro...

The Hospedería has 28 spacious double rooms, all of them with full bathroom and central heating.

Its facilities also include a restaurant, bar and splendid meeting room.

Anguiano

Hospedería de la Abadía de Nuestra Señora de Valvanera, run by a Benedictine community, is located in an area of great natural beauty. Surrounded by extensive forests and encircled by the summits of the San Lorenzo mountain range, it offers splendid panoramic views of the valley and peaks.

The Monastery arouses great interest, not only due to its magnificent setting , but for its late Gothic church, devoted to the Virgen de Valvanera, patron saint of La Rioja.

The serenity and tranquility of monastic life make this site the ideal place for a getaway, to relax amidst nature.

Thanks to its privileged location, the Abbey is an excellent starting point for numerous excursions in the surrounding area and for visiting numerous interesting historical-artistic sites: Anguiano, with its famous stilt dancers, Nájera, San Millán de la Cogolla, Santo Domingo de la Calzada, Cañas. Briones, Haro...

The Hospedería has 28 spacious double rooms, all of them with full bathroom and central heating.

Its facilities also include a restaurant, bar and splendid meeting room.

La Ilera

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Casalarreina

Hundred year old house of stone and adobe, recently renovated, preserving the original structure, located in the centre of Casalarreina, in the heart of La Rioja Alta, on the Wine Route, 6 km from Haro and 12 km from Santo Domingo de La Calzada.

Guided tours of Convento de La Piedad. Via Verde path from Casalerreina to Ezcaray. Natural itineraries in the Montes Obaranes, Sierra de Toloño and Riberas de Oja. Close to the Route of the Monasteries, St James' Way and Valdezcaray ski resort.

High season: July, August, September, Easter and long weekends/bank holidays.

Casalarreina

Hundred year old house of stone and adobe, recently renovated, preserving the original structure, located in the centre of Casalarreina, in the heart of La Rioja Alta, on the Wine Route, 6 km from Haro and 12 km from Santo Domingo de La Calzada.

Guided tours of Convento de La Piedad. Via Verde path from Casalerreina to Ezcaray. Natural itineraries in the Montes Obaranes, Sierra de Toloño and Riberas de Oja. Close to the Route of the Monasteries, St James' Way and Valdezcaray ski resort.

High season: July, August, September, Easter and long weekends/bank holidays.

El Vergel

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Leiva

Old House of traditional construction in sandstone and brick, located in the centre. It has four double bedrooms each with its own bathroom, very comfortable lounge, surrounded by a wide sun terrace for you to enjoy. Leiva is a pretty town in La Rioja Alta on the banks of the river Tirón, near Haro, Santo Domingo de la Calzada, Ezcaray...Worthy of mention in Leiva are its 14th-15th century Gothic castle, its 13th century Romanesque bridge, the Virgen Peregrina Hermitage beside the ancient Roman road, the medieval stone cross showing the pilgrims the way to Santiago, the Church of Purificación de Santa María, with its beautiful Renaissance altarpiece.Restaurant open to the public.

Leiva

Old House of traditional construction in sandstone and brick, located in the centre. It has four double bedrooms each with its own bathroom, very comfortable lounge, surrounded by a wide sun terrace for you to enjoy. Leiva is a pretty town in La Rioja Alta on the banks of the river Tirón, near Haro, Santo Domingo de la Calzada, Ezcaray...Worthy of mention in Leiva are its 14th-15th century Gothic castle, its 13th century Romanesque bridge, the Virgen Peregrina Hermitage beside the ancient Roman road, the medieval stone cross showing the pilgrims the way to Santiago, the Church of Purificación de Santa María, with its beautiful Renaissance altarpiece.Restaurant open to the public.

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Logroño

Hotel Bracos is located in Logroño old town, in the shopping centre with its many restaurants and shops, and a short distance from the Cathedral.It is the ideal starting point to discover Logroño or to go on an excursion; it is 1 km from the railway and bus station , 10 km from Fuenmayor, 12 km from La Guardia, 15 km from Logroño airport, 30 km from San Millán de la Cogolla, 35 km from Santo Domingo de la Calzada, and 40 km from Haro.
941 226 754

Logroño

Hotel Bracos is located in Logroño old town, in the shopping centre with its many restaurants and shops, and a short distance from the Cathedral.It is the ideal starting point to discover Logroño or to go on an excursion; it is 1 km from the railway and bus station , 10 km from Fuenmayor, 12 km from La Guardia, 15 km from Logroño airport, 30 km from San Millán de la Cogolla, 35 km from Santo Domingo de la Calzada, and 40 km from Haro.
941 226 754
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