In La Ribera you will be able to breathe and feeling more of two thousand years of history, the great artistic patrimony of the zone transfers us to immemorial times.
Enjoy the silence founded inside our churches and monasteries, dumb witnesses of the singular historic events that will make you feel an unique atmosphere.
Photo: Santa María's church (Click to enlarge)
A walk for the village of Aranda previously built walls around, leads us to discover that it does not live someone else's to his three rivers. Your fluvial walks invite the visitor to uncover a more relaxed city that takes proudly its last name.
In the heart of the village exist a framework of subterranean warehouses that no one who visits them can be indifferent. From the XIIth century even our days have remained intact in silence, only interrupted in time of wine harvests or festive events.
With its spectacular Gothic Elizabethan façade.
More information: Phone: 947 509 323 Photo: Santa María's church (Click to enlarge)
Permanent Félix Cañada's collection, with works of art from the XVth century. From May to November the Museum will display Salvador Dali Wood engravings collection.
More information: Phone: 947 510 476
An ancient church of the locality, of style Gothic.
More information: Phone: 947 510 573 Photo: Church of San Juan (Click to enlarge)
That they suppose an unequalled attraction, a great framework of tunnels of almost 7 kilometers in which you will be able to know the other Aranda de Duero, and becoming absorbed in the history of wine.
It is located at an ancient station of the railroad that now contains the Train Museum where you can contemplate objects machinery and locomotives of its history.
More information: The Train Museum Photo: The Train museum (Click to enlarge)
Interpretación's center of the Architecture of wine.
Visits that you can concert in the municipal office of tourism.
More information: Phone: 947 510 476 Photo: The Ánimas Museum Warehouse (Click to enlarge)
The Virgen de las Viñas's Sanctuary: Temple of the XVIIth century, gives refuge to the image of the patron saint of Aranda de Duero, whose festivity is celebrated on September.
Birthplace in 1170 of Santo Domingo de Guzmán, patron saint of the province of Burgos and founder of the Dominican Religious Order. Village that treasures an important monumental value, putting on the front the Torreón de los Guzmanes, romanesque tower of the XIIth century, about which two Dominican convents were lifted-up, one of which keeps its church, cloister, crypt and monastic museum.
More information: Torreón de los Guzmanes Phone: 947 534 061 Dominican Convent Phone: 947 544 111 Photo: Caleruega (Click to enlarge)
Ruins of the ancient Roman city (the Tarraconense's Empire capital). Of its past we can admire remains of its thermal springs, public buildings and theater.
More information: Roman Ruins of Clunia Phone: 947 391 250 Photo: Clunia (Click to enlarge)
The monastery of La Vid, its origin soars to the XIIth century (Premostratense), its exterior is highlightsed by the fine handicraft of the church front part and the monumental aspect of its monastic set.
More information: Monasteries of La Vid Phone: 947 530 510 Photo: Monastery of The Vine (Click to enlarge)
Its singular urban set, its traditional architecture and the patrimonial richness that keeps this riverside locality, turns it into a tourist first-rate referent.
More information: Tourist Office of Peñaranda de Duero Phone: 947 552 063 www.peñarandadeduero.es Photo: Peñaranda de Duero (Click to enlarge)
Ribiértete is a Tour Operator of the Ribera del Duero offers a variety of activities and information such as:
More information: Calle Cascajar, 4. Aranda de Duero (Burgos) Phones: 947 50 61 62 - 693 61 77 07 www.ribiertete.com Photo: Processing Wineries and Groundwater (Click to enlarge)
All routes include specialized companion in archeology and interpretation of the patrimony, information of the journey, tasting of local products and insurance of activity. All routes can be adapted, as much in distance as in time, to the specific needs of the group.
Photo: Alfonso VIII's Medieval Warehouse (Click to enlarge)
Photo: Medieval bridge over the river Gromejón (Click to enlarge)
Photo: Valdeherreros's church (Click to enlarge)
Photo: Panoramic of the hermitage of Nava (Click to enlarge)
GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS It is necessary to take clothing and footwear adapted to walk for the field, as well as water, sun blocker and cap.