Valladolid is a city with a huge number of Gothic and Renaissance buildings, houses and temples of enormous historical, artistic and patrimonial value. Thus, it has great cultural appeal among the academics and tourists who visit it. In addition, Valladolid is a thriving and dynamic city with great entertainment options beyond the artistic and cultural aspects. These have made it an interesting and fun-filled destination to visit.
Valladolid is famous for being a "tapas" city thanks to its abundant bars and restaurants, where visitors can enjoy excellent Valladolid gastronomy. There is also a vibrant nightlife full of discos, nightclubs, squares and places enlivened by musical groups. Fun and entertainment are guaranteed.
Another characteristic of the city is the developed commercial engine that has made it worthy of the Fair Trade City certification. It supports commercial ventures, NGOs and subsidies for new industries and companies that provide prosperity to its inhabitants.
Valladolid is a green city, full of parks and natural areas that have made it an ideal place for families and children. Of note is Campo Grande, a spectacular botanical garden in the heart of the city, full of squirrels, swans, ducks and majestic peacocks. In addition, the city has a river beach, Las Moreras beach, ideal for autumn walks and sports activities.