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Walk around Valladolid

Centro, Valladolid, Spain

Walk around Valladolid

Length6.9 mi
Elev. Gain436.2 ft
Est. Steps16000

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Created by jjcm
Walk around Valladolid is a 6.9 mile (16,000-step) route located near Centro, Valladolid, Spain. This route has an elevation gain of about 436.2 ft and is rated as medium. Find the best walking trails near you in Pacer App.

Casa de Cervantes

The Casa de Cervantes (Cervantes' House) is a museum located in the city of Valladolid, Spain. The building was the home of the Spanish author Miguel de Cervantes. It is not to be confused with other houses associated with Cervantes, the birthplace in Alcala de Henares and the museum in Esquivias.Valladolid is where the Spanish Court was briefly, from 1601 to 1606, the last time it left Madrid.

Plaza Mayor, Valladolid

The Plaza Mayor (English: "Main Square") is a central plaza in the city of Valladolid, Spain. It is located only a few blocks away from another famous plaza, the Plaza Zorrilla.

Campo Grande (Valladolid)

The Campo Grande (English: "Large Field") is a large public park located in the heart of the city of Valladolid, Spain. It is triangular, has a 115.000 m (11.5 ha) surface and is limited by the street Acera de Recoletos, the Paseo de los Filipinos and the Paseo de Zorrilla. Its main entrance is in the Plaza de Zorrilla, where together with a modern bill gate lies a floral shield of the city.

Palacio de la Ribera

The Palacio de la Ribera (also known as "Palace of the Bank") was the summer residence of Philip III in Valladolid. It was built in the 17th century (1602-1605) as part of a process of urban transformation upon the establishment of the Spanish Court in Valladolid between 1601 and 1606. The palace was situated at the Huerta del Rey neighborhood, located across the Parque de las Moreras on the right bank of the Pisuerga river.


The Pisuerga is a river in northern Spain, the Duero's second largest tributary. It rises in the Cantabrian Mountains in the province of Palencia, autonomous region of Castile and León.Its traditional source is called Fuente Cobre, but it has been discovered that the real source is a glacier higher in the mountains.

San Benito el Real, Valladolid

The Church of the Monastery of San Benito el Real is a parish church and former Benedictine monastery located in the city of Valladolid, Castile and León, Spain.

Pabellón Polideportivo Pisuerga

Pabellón Polideportivo Pisuerga is an arena in Valladolid, Spain. It can hold 6,800 people.It is primarily used for basketball and the home arena of CB Valladolid, who moved into it from the Polideportivo Huerta del Rey in 1985. BM Valladolid, a handball team who play at the aforementioned venue, use Pisuerga for European games due to its larger capacity.

Ciudad Deportiva del Real Valladolid

The Ciudad Deportiva del Real Valladolid, commonly known as Campos Anexos al Estadio José Zorrilla, is the training ground and academy base of the Spanish football club Real Valladolid. It was opened in 1988.Located few metres west of the Estadio José Zorrilla, it is used for youth and senior teams trainings.

Polideportivo Huerta del Rey

Polideportivo Huerta del Rey is an arena located in Valladolid, Spain. It is primarily used for team handball and is the home arena of BM Atlético Valladolid and BM Aula Cultural. From 1976 to 1985 it was the home of CB Valladolid in basketball, before moving to the Pabellón Polideportivo Pisuerga which is used by the handball team for European matches.

Palacio de Fabio Nelli

The Palacio de Fabio Nelli is, according to the critics and historians, the Renaissance building of the most important classical period of the city of Valladolid (Castile and León, Spain). According to the architect Antonio Bustamante García, «it's considered this palace the best exponent and work of first row inside the Classicism of the civil architecture of Valladolid».
Route Details


6.9 mi

Elev. Gain

436.2 ft

Est. Steps

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