Valladolid oozes history from every ancient stone. King Felipe II was born here, the Catholic Monarchs Ferdinand and Isabel married here and Christopher Columbus died here. This was once the capital of Spain, but although it has lost this title, it is still now the principal city of Castilla y Leon, the land of castles from which the word ‘Castilian’ derives. Today, Valladolid is a bustling university city that thrives on its manufacturing industries. It is a down-to-earth, lively place that energetically blends old with new.
||Euro (EUR) €1 = 100 cents
||Gente en Valladolid
||Shops are generally open from 09.00/10.00 to 14.00 and from 17.00/17.30 to 20.00/20.30. Most shops are not open on Saturday afternoons (except for large department stores) or on Sundays. Banks are generally open from 08.30 to 14.30 from Monday to Friday.
||Oficina de Información Turística de Valladolid
Pabellón de Cristal
Acera de Recoletos s/n
47004 Valladolid (Castile-Leon)