FREE TOUR Valladolid
The best option to discover the city in an economical way.
What does the Free Tour Valladolid consist of?
Possibly your best option to get to know Valladolid in a fun and authentic way.
A moment of culture and fun for everyone.
Enjoy your free tour in Valladolid as a couple, with friends or in a group!
Free tours of Valladolid are the perfect excuse to take some time to learn more about Spain’s cultural heritage.
The free tours Valladolid are free tours organized by guides that show the most emblematic tourist sites of a town or city. These tours are usually done on foot.
While there are several options and types of free tours in Spain, most are usually tours that include approximately 10 to 12 people. and last between 1 and 3 hours depending on the planned itinerary.
In any case, always check the detailed information we provide to know all the details of your free tour: schedules, cancellation policy, meeting point and all the information you need to make the most of your experience without having to worry about anything.
What to see and do in Valladolid?
is a Spanish city located in the autonomous community of Castilla y León. It was founded by King Ferdinand III the Saint in 1248 with the aim of protecting this area of northern Spain against French attacks. Today,
is still an important administrative and economic center of this region. The history of
is very present in its architecture, which combines Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque elements.
Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption
The Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption, also known as the Cathedral of Valladolid.
is a Catholic church located in the Spanish city of Valladolid, Spain.
. It was built in the mid-sixteenth century and is one of the most representative monuments of the city. The cathedral is located in the historic center of Valladolid.
next to the Plaza Mayor.
University of Valladolid
The University of Valladolid is a Spanish educational institution located in the city of Valladolid, Spain.
. It was founded in the 13th century and since then has hosted important academic and cultural events.
San Pablo Square
The Plaza de San Pablo is located in
, Spain. It was built in the 16th century and is one of the oldest squares in the city. The square is located in the center of Valladolid and is surrounded by historic buildings, such as the Cathedral of San Miguel, the Palacio de los Guzmanes and the City Hall. The square also houses the statue of King Philip II, which was placed there in 1884. The Plaza de San Pablo is a popular place for tourists and is one of the most emblematic places in Valladolid.
At the indicated time, we will meet next to the
Monument to Count Ansúrez
. From this point we will start this
free tour of Valladolid
to review all the history of the Castilian capital. Let’s go there!
After an introduction and a brief history of the Plaza Mayor, we will walk to the
one of the most important points of the city. We will continue our tour walking along
to arrive at the Gutierrez Gallerywhere we will talk about the Industrial Revolution.
Next, we will enter the Cathedral of Our Lady of the
Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption
. We will contemplate the vestiges of the atypical Herrerian architecture. We will continue on our way to see the sculpture dedicated to
Cervantes, the Plaza de la Universidad
Faculty of Law.
. We will also admire the
Santa María de la Antigua church
and its famous Romanesque tower. A symbol of Valladolid!
Walking along the vestiges of the wall we will arrive to the church of
church of San Martín
and the College of San Gregoriothe seat of the
National Sculpture Museum
. This museum treasures the best collection of polychrome sculpture in Spain, and its facade, full of a thousand details, is the maximum exponent of the Elizabethan Gothic style.
Finally, we will visit the
Plaza de San Pablo
where you will find three amazing buildings: the
church of San Pablo
and the Diputación de Valladolid.
After an hour and a half, we will end the free tour in front of the imposing façade of St. Paul’s Church.
The meeting point of the free tour Valladolid will be the Monument to Count Ansúrez. The duration will be approximately one and a half hours.