In terms of tourism, this city is known for being a part of the Camino de Santiago and for being near the headwaters of the Via de la Plata. Therefore, much of the tourism in Astorga is both cultural and religious. The city's broad historical and artistic heritage is mirrored in many of the main Astorga attractions, which include the cathedral, the Episcopal Palace, city hall, and Roman Ergastula. These are all places to visit in Astorga that have been declared to be of cultural interest. To be able to visit all these monuments and other attractions in Astorga, you can buy combined tickets for 4€.
Another one of the more interesting things to see in Astorga, although it's not listed in most guidebooks, is the Chocolate Museum. And for those looking for other things to do in Astorga, we recommend the Roman Route, which allows you to visit many remains of Roman antiquities preserved under the city. These include the Major and Minor Baths, the sewer network, the temple of Aedes Augusti, and the Ergastula.
As you can tell, most stuff to do in Astorga is related to its Roman past and it's worth getting to know its history. Discover more of what to do in Astorga by browsing minube.