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Things to do in Peñafiel

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The best things to do in Peñafiel

If you're visiting the city, you'll soon be amazed by all the stuff to do in
Peñafiel related to wine and medieval history.
One of the
most famous
monuments and attractions in Pañafiel is its castle, declared a National Monument in June 1917. This castle has an incredible history; it houses the Provincial Wine Museum, and receives an average of 100,000 visitors per year. It's one of the places to visit in Peñafiel that has become a meeting place and pilgrimage for lovers of cultural
and wine
tourism. This museum is one of the most important
Peñafiel attractions. In it, besides a historical tour of the local wine culture, you can taste the various wines from the Ribera del Duero and attend courses. You can arrive by car, but there are also free shuttle bus from the parking lot. There are many other things to do in Penafiel as visit the Historic Site of Pintia, the Clock Tower, the Church of the Convento de San Pablo and the Plaza del Coso, all essential things to see in Penafiel. The Plaza del Coso is a medieval square where many festivals are celebrated and it's considered one of Spain's oldest bullrings. Other Penafiel activities include enjoying the local cuisine. Try the suckling lamb roasted in a wood oven,
"Flor de Esgueva"
cheese,
Santa Clara
bizcocho, and stick donuts. For more on what to do in
Peñafiel, visit Minube today!