4-day trip to León and surroundings

León is a multifaceted and wonderful city that invites you to fully enjoy it. History, artistic diversity and unique natural environments make it worth exploring.

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Catedral de León

An exquisite exponent of French Gothic

  • Do not forget to pay attention to the choir of stalls, which is the oldest in Spain and is made of walnut wood. At 30 meters high, it houses one of the most complete organs in Europe.

  • Once outside, walk away slightly along Calle Ancha and admire its southern facade from another perspective.

  • It is located on what, during Roman times, were the thermal baths. Later, it was the Royal Palace of Ordoño II, who, in gratitude for the victory against the Arabs, decided to erect the cathedral there.

  • Then it was left in a state of abandonment after the passage of Almazor and certain war companies, being in the 13th century, the moment in which Fernando I built it in the Romanesque style.

  • Finally, it will be Alfonso X, the Wise, in the year 1255, who will sponsor its uprising, as we see it today.

  • Its façade consists of two spiers of different heights and an immense rose window, with biblical passages carved on its surface. All this guarded by the Virgen Blanca from the main door.

  • It is also known as the House of Light, thanks to the 125 stained glass windows and its three rose windows through which the sunlight filters, it dazzles those who enter its interior.

  • The stained glass designs are truly magnificent, considered the best in Spain.

  • The cathedral is accessible for the disabled, thanks to its ramps and short explanatory texts.

  • In the heart of the Old Town, we find the imposing Cathedral. It is considered "La Pulchra Leonina" (Beautiful Leon) for its great architectural beauty of French Gothic style and the play of light that its stained glass windows generate.

  • Free for disabled children under 12 years old. Cathedral € 6. Museum € 5.

  • +34987875770

  • 1 h - 2 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Address: Plaza de Regla (in the course of the wide street) Hours: Summer: Monday to Saturday from 8:30 to 1:30 and from 16 to 20 hours. Sundays and holidays from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Winter: Monday to Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Sundays and holidays from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Cathedral: last visit one hour before closing. http://www.catedraldeleon.org


Colegiata San Isidoro de León

The Romanesque Sistine Chapel in Spain

  • If you are interested in the history of different cultures, do not hesitate to spend some time of your day visiting the pantheon and the museum, since it is full of art and cultural value.

  • Be sure to pay attention to the cloister of the Collegiate Church. It is there where Alfonso IX of León convened the first Cortes in 1188. A UNESCO plaque recalls this fact and is therefore recognized as the Cradle of European Parliamentarism.

  • It is located in the historic center of the city and allows you to know several sites: the Basilica, the Museum and the Pantheon of the Kings, each one with a unique value.

  • It is a construction made in the pre-Arab period on the ruins of an old Roman temple.

  • After being destroyed with the passage of the Muslims, it was raised again by King Alfonso V in the Reconquest period.

  • It is during this reign when the pantheon of Kings is erected, and it is decided to move here the remains of Kings and Queens scattered throughout the geography of León.

  • In the year 1062, the remains of San Isidoro were also transferred from Seville and the temple was dedicated to his dedication.

  • In addition to the Basilica, the Pantheon of Los Reyes is a very interesting place to visit for its historical and cultural artistic value. 33 members of the Leonese court lie there.

  • In addition, it is considered the Sistine Chapel of the Romanesque, for the frescoes and paintings perfectly preserved in the murals, which richly decorate its six vaults.

  • For its part, the museum is also a place to keep in mind: it has pieces of great value representative of medieval art, and a library whose jewel is the Mozarabic Bible dating from the year 960.

  • We continue the tour visiting the Collegiate Church of San Isidoro. It is the best preserved Romanesque complex in Spain and the one that has earned the title of Romanesque Sistine Chapel, due to the decorative richness that it keeps in the Los Reyes Pantheon.

  • Entrance to the basilica is free. Entrance to the museum and pantheon € 5 (on Thursdays from 4 pm it can be visited for € 1). Groups of more than 20 people € 3.

  • 1 h - 2 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Address: Plaza San isidoro (Romantic Quarter). Hours: Basilica: free entry from 7:30 to 23 hours. Museum and Pantheon: Winter: Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and from 4 to 6:30 p.m. Sundays and holidays from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Summer: Monday to Saturday from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sundays and holidays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.


Muralla de León

Roman and medieval fortress

  • For a better route, the best is the section of Avenida los Cubos, one of the best preserved and that extends from the Cathedral to the Plaza del Espolón. The Arch of the Prison or Castle Gate through which we enter, is one of the 4 gates that are preserved to this day.

  • If you are interested in this part of history, since 2007, the City Council organizes free guided tours along the walls. This visit leaves from the Plaza de la Catedral twice a day.

  • 36 towers are preserved of what were the walls at the time, and that today delimit what is considered the Old Town of the city.

  • There are sites that are very well preserved, being one of the oldest in Spain and giving the idea of the quadrangular layout of the Old Town.

  • Their history dates back to the Augustan period, in the 1st century BC, when they were erected as a defense of the Roman camp of Legio VII. In the 2nd and 6th centuries, they were reinforced with stone and pebbles.

  • Already in the fourteenth century, by order of Alfonso VI, sections of medieval-style wall were added, characterized by being built with double walls.

  • To make the journey on your own, the best thing to do is follow the bronze patches located on the ground. It consists of 8 stops with their respective lecterns through which information is obtained.

  • We begin our tour of the wall of León through Calle de los Cubos, the best preserved section of the walls, to later enter the Old Town through the Arco de la Cárcel, and walk contemplating the remains of the Roman wall that is still preserved in the urban layout.

  • Free.

  • 1 h - 1.5 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Without restrictions.


Casa Botines

One of the few works by Gaudí outside of Catalonia

  • Do not forget to pay attention to the bench in front of the building, where a sculpture dedicated to the great Gaudí stands out, with a thoughtful expression.

  • It is a work in the neo-Gothic style with beautiful angular towers, made by the brilliant architect, to house the private home and a textile factory, of two merchants from Leon who had relationships with Gaudí's patron, Eusebi Güell.

  • It is one of the three works that the famous architect carried out outside of Catalonia, in this case, between 1891 and 1894.

  • The construction itself lasted only 10 months and according to the story, various rumors about its fragility were woven from there. As a result, Gaudí commissioned a technical report that gave an account of its excellent condition. The perfect preservation attests to this.

  • It is a 4-story building, with an attic and a basement. At the time, it housed the owners' home, rental housing on the upper floors, commercial offices and in the basement it was dedicated to the storage of the textile company.

  • On its facade the statue of Saint George and the dragon stands out. As a note of color, not long ago the original plans of the building were found inside the statue, always given for lost.

  • It has been declared a Historical Monument in 1969

  • The museum is dedicated to the history of the building, the art of the 19th and 20th centuries, and the figure of Gaudí.

  • We resume our tour visiting the Casa Botines, an obligatory stop because it is one of the only works that Gaudí will carry out outside of Catalonia. And his stamp is known to always dazzle.

  • General access (access floor and basement floor showroom) Single price € 3. Premium access (guided visit and access to art gallery, sotabanco and Torreón) Normal € 2 / reduced € 8. Groups (guided visit and access to art gallery, sotabanco and Torreón). Minimum 15 people. Single price € 8. Dramatized visit (in Spanish. Access to art gallery, sotabanco and Torreón). Normal € 16 / reduced € 12.

  • +34987292708

  • 1 h - 2 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Address: Plaza de San Marcelo 5. 24002 León, Spain. Hours: Monday to Saturday (except Wednesday) from 11:00 to 14:00 and from 16:00 to 20:00. Wednesday from 16 to 20 hours. Sunday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dramatized visits: Saturdays at 12:15 pm (maximum 25 pax).


Palacio de los Guzmanes

Emblem of the Renaissance, current headquarters of the Provi

  • If you want to know a little more about its history, we recommend doing the 20 or 40 minute guided tour, depending on what it includes. To do this, you must book in advance.

  • You have to take into account the winter hours, because on weekends it is closed. It is recommended to contact by phone to confirm information.

  • It is located next to the Botines house in the heart of Calle Ancha and it belonged to the Guzmanes family. Juan de Quiñones y Guzmán, bishop of Calahorra, had it built on what had been an old Mudejar Palace.

  • The building is in the Plateresque Renaissance style and its construction began in 1560, to be abandoned in 1572, without finishing.

  • Its three-story façade, its richly decorated door, secondary of Ionic-style columns and two towers at its ends, is striking.

  • Its interior patio is worth visiting, it consists of a space surrounded by double arched galleries and beautiful stained glass windows on the upper floor. In the center, you can also see a very interesting decorative well.

  • It is currently the seat of the Provincial Council. The province was born in 1888 and that year the works began that culminated in 1977.

  • It is considered the most outstanding Palace in the city and is an excellent option to learn about other facets: that of the wealthy and powerful families of León.

  • Free general admission. Guided visit two or three euros depending on its duration.

  • +34987292100

  • 1 h - 2 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Address: Plaza de San Marcelo 6, León Spain. Hours: Winter: Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Saturdays Sundays and holidays closed. Summer: every day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.


Barrio Húmedo

Best places to taste the gastronomy of León

  • We recommend ordering "shorts", a measure smaller than the cane. In this way you can taste a greater variety of the exquisite tapas that are offered.

  • We recommend emblematic places like "La Bicha", "El Rebote", "El Tizón" and infinite options. Ask each one what their specialty is and taste the typical ones.

  • The Old Town is crossed by Calle Ancha, a street that was originally a Roman road. On one side of it is the Barrio Romántico (on the side of the Cathedral) and at the other end the Barrio Húmedo.

  • Without a doubt, León's star product is cecina, a dehydrated meat similar to ham, but made with beef. In addition, sausages, cheeses, black pudding and sausages.

  • But not everything is summarized in the tapas. León has excellent wines with the Bierzo or Prieto Picudo designation of origin.

  • Thanks to its gastronomic excellence, León was named National Gastronomic Capital in 2018.

  • We finish the day of tapas in the two most traditional places. For this, the best thing is to consider a tour of several of the gastronomic places that are dotted by these two typical areas.

  • León has a very particular custom that we should all be grateful for: serving a free tapa with each drink you order. This enables the visitor to know the Leonese cuisine without problems.

  • 1 h - 2 h

    Depending on the number of sites that are visited and the length of stay in each one.

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Depending on the site and consumption.


Plaza Mayor

From the heart of León

  • If you visit the square on a Wednesday or Saturday, we recommend going early, at a time when the square is not yet very crowded, to be able to visit the market stalls and activate our subsequent walk.

  • The Plaza Mayor is located in the Historic Quarter of León, in the heart of the Barrio Húmedo, an emblematic site where most of the monuments of historical and cultural interest are located.

  • This Plaza, following the characteristic of most of the Spanish plazas of this type, has a quadrangular surface, the perimeter of which is lined with galleries and arcades. There, gastronomic places of various kinds are located where you can sit and enjoy.

  • Formerly, this site served as a market, where the main daily products were purchased. In 1654 a fire completely destroyed it and it was rebuilt following the design we see today. Today, the market for buying and selling products in the area continues to be held every week.

  • Around the square are attractive two-story buildings with a balcony on the first one.

  • The second day of the tour we started in its Plaza Mayor, with the aim of absorbing its music and history.

  • Free

  • 30 min - 1 h

    Depending on whether the market is found or not.

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Historic Quarter, Barrio Húmedo, León, Spain.


Plaza Santa María del Camino 'Plaza del Grano'

It will transport you to medieval times

  • Make sure you take a few minutes to explore and breathe the mystique of this Plaza, considered one of the most beautiful in the city and with a lot of historical value.

  • It is also called Plaza de Santa María del Camino, after the church whose rear part overlooks the square. What is striking is its cobblestones, of medieval origin, well preserved and the oldest in the entire city.

  • One of its attractions and singularities is that, when visiting it, it transports us to that historical era, where the grain and agricultural products market used to be developed. From there it takes its name.

  • In the center there is a fountain with a square base, and from which a column rises up from which the coat of arms of León stands out.

  • According to legend, the cross that is between the church and the fountain is the place where the Virgin appeared, the same place where the confreres of the church sing La Salve.

  • We left the Plaza Mayor, and a few steps away we found this Plaza, full of history and beauty.

  • Free access

  • 15 min - 30 min

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Location: South of the Old Town


Plaza de San Marcelo

The popular Plaza de las Palomas

  • If you want to take a short tour with the tourist train, keep in mind that it leaves from this Plaza. It works during the summer and visits the most emblematic sites of the city.

  • This Plaza, also known as Plaza de las Palomas, is one of the most popular. Here is the Casa de Botines, the sculpture dedicated to Gaudí, the old Town Hall ... Also, throughout the year, it is the scene of different types of activities.

  • It is separated from the Calle Ancha by a small landscaped space with a fountain, and various interesting buildings coexist in its sandwich.

  • Among them, the Plaza is presided over by the Old Town Hall, built in 1585 and which will function as such until 2002. Currently the headquarters of administrative offices and will soon house the Museum of León.

  • Another of the buildings worth mentioning is the Palacio de Torre Blanca, on the right side of the Old Town Hall, built in 1672, which has been the seat of the government, telegraph office and is currently the headquarters of the New Industrial Recreation.

  • Another of the visits that this Plaza displays is the back of the San Marcelo church.

  • The interesting thing about this site is its vitality. Throughout the year various activities, concerts, plays ...

  • Among the events held here, at Christmas time there is a Nativity scene with a small farm around it. There are also different fairs such as the book fair, handicraft products and artistic fairs.

  • During Easter, the bouquets are blessed from here, and the balcony of the Old Town Hall gives way to the proclamation of the festivities.

  • Free

  • 30 min - 1 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Address: between Santo Domingo and Calle Ancha.



All the art of the last decades

  • We recommend that you find out about the exhibitions that are in force at the time you go, since it changes every 3 months.

  • Keep in mind that on Sundays from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. admission is free, and that it is closed on Mondays.

  • The museum is one of the most representative buildings of modern Spanish construction, recognized for its avant-garde style that has earned it the 2007 European Prize for Contemporary Architecture.

  • It was inaugurated in 2005 by the then Prince of Asturias.

  • It has 5 exhibition halls of 8000 m2. Its proposal has been to become an authentic 21st century museum, where works of art from the last generations are exhibited.

  • Its façade is made up of more than 3000 multicolored panels, inspired by the stained glass windows of the Cathedral.

  • We leave the old town, and we enter a more modern area of León where we will dedicate some time to contemporary art.

  • General admission with guide € 5. People over 65, young people between 8 and 16, students between 17 and 25 and large family members € 2. Free admission on Sundays from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., opening days of the exhibition, October 12, December 6 and International Museum Day.

  • +34987090000

  • 1 h - 2 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Address: Avenida de Los Reyes Leoneses, 24008 León, Spain. Hours: Tuesday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday and Sunday from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Closed Monday.


Iglesia de San Marcos

Renaissance luxury inn

  • Do not stop looking at its imposing façade and enter its Church, the Museum and the Cloister. If you have the opportunity, it is essential to enter the Parador cafeteria, have a coffee or a drink, and admire it from the inside.

  • Initially it was built as the headquarters of the Order of Santiago, one of its main functions has been to house the pilgrims who made the way to Santiago de Compostela.

  • After years of neglect, King Ferdinand the Catholic ordered it to be rebuilt in 1537, following a plateresque Gothic style. In this case, as a monastery and religious convent.

  • In 1836 it ceased to be used as a convent and from then on it functioned for various purposes: as a prison (at which point Francisco de Quevedo was imprisoned for 4 years), a hospital and a concentration camp during the Civil War.

  • Nowadays it is a luxury inn, and the most interesting thing is that inside it preserves a multiplicity of samples that give an account of its rich history and transforms it into a museum of stately rooms.

  • Currently the parador is under renovation.

  • You can visit the church of San Marcos built in 1531, in the Gothic style and where its choir of stalls stands out.

  • In addition, you can enter the Museum of León, housed in the church and which houses archaeological samples from different times.

  • It is one of the most outstanding constructions in León, with its more than 100 meters of Plateresque façade, and it is the first exponent of Renaissance architecture in Spain.

  • Adults € 0, 60. Students, retirees and children under 18 years old: free entry. On Saturdays and Sundays entry is free.

  • 1 h - 2 h

    Depending on the sites that are visited.

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Address: Plaza de San Marcos. Hours: Summer: Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Sundays and holidays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Closed Monday. Winter: Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Closed Monday.


Las Médulas

Immense gold mine of the Roman empire

  • The first thing you should do is go to the Visitor Reception Center located in the town, 400 m from the entrance parking lot. In it, you can find out about the different routes and activities to do.

  • If you want to enjoy this walk, we recommend doing it at any time of the year except summer, as the high temperatures can be overwhelming.

  • We recommend you visit the Archaeological Hall of Las Médulas, from where the Senda de los Conventos starts. It will allow you to learn more about the history of this wonderful place.

  • It is located in the El Bierzo region, 148 km from the city of León, and can well be done in a full day.

  • The site offers three main attractions: the different paths or routes to visit the archaeological site, with different degrees of difficulty for everyone to enjoy; various viewpoints that allow you to marvel at the environment and the caves that you can observe during your walk.

  • Las Médulas was exploited for 200 years for the extraction of gold. To do this they had to modify the landscape and today you can see a set of reddish sand, partially covered with vegetation.

  • The process of exploitation was carried out by digging various tunnels, where torrents of water were diverted, exploding the rocks by force of the pressure exerted.

  • This activity was exploited by the Roman Empire until the 3rd century, at which point the site was abandoned. Today it is a World Heritage Site, declared this way by UNESCO in 1997.

  • The tour is suitable for all audiences and it is advisable to choose the route that best suits the physical possibilities and the time.

  • Before defining the route to follow, these main paths must be taken into account: -Perimeter path: it is the longest, 5 km long. It goes through the perimeter area of Las Médulas and is of low difficulty. It can be done by car on foot or by bicycle. -Path of the Valiñas: 4 km. It is the most visited due to its low level of difficulty, it can even be crossed with a baby carriage. It goes through the interior of Las Médulas and it is a complete option, because it passes through the main caves: La Cuevona and La Encantada, both of which are a must. -Senda de Reirigo: 5.5 km path, only suitable for walking. It is the most scenic as it offers a visual spectacle, but it is the one that presents the greatest difficulty. Combined with the perimeter, you will have an exceptional idea of the site.

  • We continue to know the trails. -Path of Lake Sumido: starting from the center of the town, you travel 2 km of road through the lagoons that surround Lake Sumido, it is of low difficulty and in less than an hour you can walk it. -Senda de los Convents: low difficulty, runs 4.5 km

  • There is the option of taking a guided tour of the Senda de las Valiñas, which takes you through the last exploitation fronts, the caves and the interior of the mine.

  • The province of León has wonders worthy of admiration, among them is this open-pit mine that the Romans exploited, and which today offers an unparalleled landscape environment.

  • It is an archaeological zone where you can travel a variety of routes, go hiking and choose those that suit us, taking into account their difficulty.

  • General € 3. Groups € 2. Access to the Archaeological Classroom: € 1.5.

  • 619258355/987420708

  • 2 h - 4 h

    Complete day. Guided tour of Valiñas: 2 hours.

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Las Médulas Tourist Office: C / General s / n. Las Médulas (Carucedo) 24442 León, Spain. Hours: From April 24 to June 30: Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday and holidays: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm. Guided visits 11: 30-12: 00- 16: 00- 16 30. From October 15 to October 31: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and holidays: 11: 00- 14:00 and 15 : 30-18: 00. Guided tours: 11: 30-12: 00-15: 30-16: 00. From November 1 to February 28: Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday and Sunday 10:45 -15 hours. Guided tour from 11:00 to 13:00. Saturdays 11:00 am - 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm - 5:30 pm. From March 1 to April 23: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sundays and holidays: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm 30 -18: 00. Guided


Cueva de Valporquero

Journey to the Center of the Earth

  • The best time to visit the caves is in the rainy season, as the water courses and waterfalls can be appreciated in full flow.

  • If you are one of the more adventurous, you can do the caving water course and travel the river for 2 km. For this, you need to be in good physical condition, but no previous experience is necessary.

  • Do not miss the hiking route that runs through the outdoor environment of Valporquero. It is a 3 km trail that offers 8 signposting points and a magnificent setting.

  • We recommend that you visit the official page of the cave to find out about the rates and schedules.

  • Leaving the city in the morning, just 48 kilometers away we come across the Valporquero cave, which has been fitted out for the public since 1996.

  • How has it been formed? During the Pleistocene, the Valporquero stream began to filter through rocky cracks and pores, generating this scenario in the heart of the mountain. It was never inhabited because of its climate and high altitude.

  • For the visitor who arrives eager to enter the rocky gorge, you can go one level. You walk through a short access tunnel until you reach the Mouth of the cave, from where the Valporquero stream flows, which it accompanies throughout the visit.

  • At the upper level, 1.2 kilometers are covered and this is where the guided tour takes place. The lower level, of 2 km, is enabled for those companies specialized in caving and is possible to access if you have the title.

  • The visit to the second level covers 7 spaces, and is accessed through a tunnel dug by man, to finally lead to the entrance of colossal dimensions.

  • The seven spaces that make up the route are: -The Great Rotunda: an underground space with a dome 20 meters high and 100,000 m2. -Fairies: in rainy seasons, this room is very special because of the torrents and lagoons that flow through here. It has a waterfall that filters down to the lower level and can reach up to 15 meters high. -Pequeñas Maravillas: it has rock formations that resemble various figures such as the Virgin and Child, the Tower of Pisa or the Twins. -Gran Vía: a large avenue of 300 m that reaches 30 meters in height. -Stalactitic cemetery: it is named for the amount of stalactites and stalagmites on its surface. -Lonely column: it is a space of 50 m of underground void where a column located

  • To visit it, you can choose between 3 types of routes: the normal one, takes place daily with a duration of 30 to 50 minutes and covers 1.6 km. The long route is 2.5 km, and whose times and days must be checked online. Finally, the unusual valporquero visit that takes place from Thursday to Sunday and which covers 3 kilometers and the largest number of underground spaces.

  • Located in the north of the province of León and nestled in the Cantabrian Mountains, this wonder of nature is worth visiting. It is a colossal cave, located at 1383 meters of altitude.

  • To get to the cave, one passes through a most beautiful environment: the natural area of Hoces de Vergacervera, an incomparable setting created by the formation of a gorge with considerable vertical walls.

  • Normal visit € 6. Long visit € 8.5. Unusual Valporquero € 18.

  • +34987576408

  • 2 h - 4 h

    Varies depending on the visit

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Hours: visit to the cave from 10 am to 5 pm. Tickets at the cave box office or online purchases. -Opening periods: From March 1 to April 30: Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, holidays and on March 4 and 5 (carnival). From April 15 to 28: every day, Easter and Easter. From May 1st to September 30th: every day. October 1 to December 9 Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday holidays and long weekends. Email: valporquero@dipuleon.es http://www.cuevadevalporquero.es/horarios/index.html

14 Ratings



Me gustaría poder dedicarle 4 días a ésta bonita, lo que plantean es muy interesante.




Me gustaría regalarle este paseo, La catedral y la muralla deben ser espectaculares estoy reuniendo para costearme el viaje. ¡Ojalá lo logre!




Muy interesante los sitios para conocer como por ejemplo Las Médulas.








Preciosa ciudad, muchos lugares con encanto que recorrer.




Guía muy completa!




Tiene muy buena pinta! Parece una guía muy completa




Ya conocía León así que recomiendo esta guía al que 100% porque está genial😱👍🏼👌🏼




Ya tengo próximo destino!! Muchísimas gracias 😎👌🏼




Muy chulo el viaje, espero ir pronto😊😊




Una guía realmente interesante!! Voy a seguirla cuando vaya a León de nuevo 👍🏼👍🏼




realmente una guia soberbia!! multitud de consejos y detalles super bien explicados. deseando volver a leon para ver todo en especial las medulas y la cueva!!!




Estábamos buscando algo así para una escapada que vamos a hacer a León. Está muy bien explicado y detallado, vamos a hacer el recorrido que nos recomiendas. Muchas gracias, te contaremos nuestro viaje!




Maravilloso, bien detallado. La recomendación de las médulas es sensacional, disfrutaremos mucho de ese paisaje rojizo