45 Sights in Valladolid, Spain (with Map and Images)
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1. Pasaje GutiérrezBook Free Tour*
The Guti é rrez Passage is a commercial gallery located in the city of valladolid and opened in 1886 between the streets of fray luis de leon and castelar. Because of the industrial revolution in the 19th century, this type of gallery appeared in Paris. It is considered as a passageway between busy streets, aiming at expanding commercial space. In Spain, the Guti é rrez Passage, along with the albacete Sign Passage and the Zaragoza Cyclone Passage, are the only three remaining examples of such galleries.
2. Cárcel de la Chancillería
The prison of the Chancillería of Valladolid is a building designed in classicist style by the architect Nicolás Bueno and carried out by Felipe Berrojo, Juan de Median Argüelles, Juan Tejedor Lozano, and Pedro de Biermo, during the years 1675 and 1679. It is located in the municipality of Valladolid, in the Province of Valladolid, in the autonomous community of Castilla y León, Spain, where the Reina Sofía Library is currently located. It is located in the center of the city along with the Palacio de los Vivero, the University Clinical Hospital of Valladolid, the Church of San Pedro Apóstol and the Convent of the Descalzas Reales. It was the prison for prisoners whose cases were processed by the Court of the Royal Audience. It was for years prison of Valladolid until 1935, when what is now the Civic Center "Esgueva" was inaugurated.
3. Academia de Caballería
The Fenced Cavalry Weapons Academy was established in 1852 in the city, a building intended to serve as a prison several years ago. When the original building caught fire, it was decided to build the present building, which was built in 1921 and opened by the Spanish king. It is of great value and is an important legacy of historicism and monumental architecture in the first decades of the 20th century. Situated in front of the large country park and mantilla house in what is now zorrilla Square, it is undoubtedly one of the most representative and majestic buildings in the fence.
Wikipedia: Academia de Caballería de Valladolid (ES), Website
4. Arca Real 2
It is known as Argales water trip to the hydraulic engineering work built between the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries to supply water to the Spanish city of Valladolid. Since the end of the Middle Ages, the city strove to obtain a public water supply, through a system of fountains, which would allow to avoid changes in the flow of the Pisuerga River. This task, in which monarchs, the monks of the monastery of San Benito, the city council and some families participated, bore fruit in the so-called water trips, pipes to transport water from springs to urban sources.
5. GR 89
The Canal de Castilla is one of the most important hydraulic engineering works carried out between the mid-eighteenth century and the first third of the nineteenth century in Spain. It covers part of the provinces of Burgos, Palencia and Valladolid in the autonomous community of Castilla y León and was built to facilitate the transport of wheat from Castile to the northern ports and from there to other markets. However, before the arrival of the railway, it became obsolete.
6. Sala de Exposiciones Iglesia de la Pasión
The Church of the Passion is a Catholic temple of Churrigueresque baroque style, its construction began in 1577, it was the first penitential church of Valladolid. It is currently an exhibition hall located in the center of Valladolid. It was originally a church built to be the headquarters of the Penitential Brotherhood of the Holy Passion of Christ. The church was closed to religious worship in the nineteenth century. It was declared a National Monument on March 10, 1928.
7. Iglesia de San Pablo
The Iglesia conventual de San Pablo or San Pablo de Valladolid is a church and former convent, of Isabelline style, in the city of Valladolid, in Castile and León, Spain. The church was commissioned by Cardinal Juan de Torquemada between 1445 and 1468. It was subsequently extended and refurbished until 1616. Kings Philip II and Philip IV of Spain were baptized in the church, and it was visited by Napoleon. It is one of the buildings considered most emblematic of the city.
8. Mercado del Val
The Val Market is a market in Valladolid (Spain). It is an example of iron architecture. It stands in the Plaza del Val, next to the church of San Benito el Real. It is the oldest market that is preserved in the city, after the demolition of El Campillo and Portugalete, the three built during the mayor's office of Miguel Íscar Juárez. It is inspired by Les Halles in Paris, and was built between 1878 and 1882, with a project by the architect Joaquín Ruiz Sierra.
9. Teatro Zorrilla
The Zorrilla Theater of Valladolid, designed by the architect Joaquín Ruiz Sierra, is a theater, located in the Plaza Mayor in the same space where the disappeared Convent of San Francisco was located. Its main façade is not individualized and is concealed, in the square, inside the buildings uniformed by the color and architectural aspect of housing. Access is through the arcades and its rear façade faces Constitution Street.
10. Plaza de la Trinidad
The Plaza de la Trinidad is located northwest of the city of Valladolid (Spain), near the Pisuerga River. It belongs to the historic neighborhood of San Nicolás. The square is very wide and its southern flank is totally open to the street of San Quirce. In it there are three notable and important buildings for the history of Valladolid: palace of the Counts of Benavente, convent of San Quirce and church of San Nicolás.
11. Museo de Escultura Iglesia de San Benito el Viejo
The Church of San Benito el Viejo was a church located in Valladolid, Castile and León, Spain, constituting the chapel of the Palace of the Count of Gondomar or House of the Sun. In 2012 it was rehabilitated and desacralized to be integrated, along with the palace, within the complex of the National Museum of Sculpture, to adjoin, being separated by a garden, with the College of San Gregorio, main headquarters.
12. Museo de Escultura Colegio de San Gregorio
The Colegio de San Gregorio is an Isabelline style building located in the city of Valladolid, in Castile and León, Spain, it was formerly a college and now is housing the Museo Nacional de Escultura museum. This building is one of the best examples of the architectural style known as Isabelline, which is the characteristic architectural style of the Crown of Castile region during the Catholic Monarchs' reign.
13. Plaza del Viejo Coso
El Viejo Coso, today Plaza del Viejo Coso or Plaza del Coso, was the first bullring in Valladolid, built in the nineteenth century. Until that date, the bullfighting celebrations were held in the Plaza Mayor and areas surrounding the Puerta del Campo or in the Plaza Vieja or San Pablo, in which wooden tribunes were placed for the spectators, imitating models such as the Plaza del Coso de Peñafiel.
14. Palacio de los Condes de Benavente
The palace of the Counts of Benavente in Valladolid (Spain) is located in the Plaza de la Trinidad, next to the church of San Nicolás and was one of the most important palaces in the city. Court stage, it served as the residence of the royal family, and birthplace of Anne Maurycia, future queen of France, and the infanta Maria (1603), daughter of Philip III and Margaret of Austria.
The Collegiate Church of Santa María de Valladolid was the main church of the city between the eleventh and sixteenth centuries. Its construction is due to the repopulator of Valladolid Pedro Ansúrez in the eleventh century. Today only a few ruins and a few chapels are preserved, located near the Church of Santa María La Antigua and next to the unfinished cathedral of Valladolid.
Wikipedia: Colegiata de Santa María la Mayor (Valladolid) (ES)
16. Museo del Monasterio de San Joaquín y Santa Ana
The Museum of the Monastery of San Joaquín y Santa Ana is a museum of sacred art that is located in the church of the Royal Monastery of San Joaquín and Santa Ana in Valladolid (Spain). It includes valuable pieces of Spanish Baroque sculpture, while the church treasures three youthful canvases by Goya, the only paintings by the Aragonese painter preserved in Castilla y León.
Wikipedia: Museo del Monasterio de San Joaquín y Santa Ana (ES), Website
17. Convento de Santa Isabel
The convent of Santa Isabel is a Catholic temple located in the center of Valladolid. The convent has been restored, finishing the complete renovation of the church in April 2006. Some spaces have been adapted to house the Museum of Santa Isabel, enjoying the atmosphere of the Franciscan cloister and contemplating in its dependencies pieces of remarkable artistic value.
18. Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de las Angustias
The Penitential Church of Nuestra Señora de las Angustias is a Valladolid church located in the center of the city in front of the Calderón Theater and near the Church of Santa María La Antigua. The church is owned and headquarters of the Illustrious Penitential Brotherhood of Our Lady of Sorrows one of the oldest brotherhoods of Holy Week in Valladolid.
Wikipedia: Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de las Angustias (Valladolid) (ES)
19. Archivo Histórico Provincial
The Provincial Historical Archive of Valladolid is an archive of documents located in the town of Valladolid, Castile and León, Spain. It is located in the Palacio de los Vivero, which was formerly the Real Audiencia and Chancillería of Valladolid between 1371 and 1834. In the palace is also the Archive of the Royal Chancery of Valladolid.
20. Plaza de la Universidad
The Plaza de la Universidad is one of the main squares of the city center of Valladolid, in the autonomous community of Castile and León, Spain. Historically known as Plaza de Santa María, it was renamed in the early twentieth century because it is the façade of the university, current Faculty of Law of the University of Valladolid.
21. Iglesia del Santuario
The Minor Basilica and National Shrine of the Great Promise is a Catholic temple of expiatory character consecrated to the cult of the Sacred Heart of Jesus located in the city of Valladolid, community of Castile and León, Spain. Its architecture is baroque and its variegated interior furniture responds to different styles and eras.
22. Rosaleda Francisco Sabadell
The Francisco Sabadell Rose Garden is one of the oldest gardens in Valladolid. It is located next to the left bank of the Pisuerga, extending along its route from the Poniente bridge to the Isabel la Católica bridge, bordering in turn with the Paseo de Isabel la Católica and the beach of Las Moreras. Its area is 35,738 m².
23. Casa Luelmo
Luelmo House is an eclectic modernist fenced building. Built in the early 20th century according to designs by antonio architects Ortiz de Turbina and olasagasti, it was commissioned by businessman rufo luelmo for the family home of what was then minaya Farm, a 45-hectare farm on the outskirts of the city for agriculture.
24. Palacio de los Escudero - Herrera
The escudero-herrera Palace is a Renaissance building built in the second quarter of the 16th century on Fray Luis de Leon Street in valladolid, Spain. Since 1922, it has belonged to the congregation of Jesus' daughters, and the Villlag ó mez Palace, which was acquired a few years later, both of which are adjacent.
Wikipedia: Palacio de los Escudero-Herrera (Valladolid) (ES)
25. Iglesia de Nuestra Señora del Carmen Extramuros
The Sanctuary of Our Lady of Carmen Extramuros is a Catholic temple located on the outskirts of the city of Valladolid. Basically baroque style, it was built between the sixteenth and eighteenth centuries as part of the old convent of Carmen Descalzo. Today it hosts regular worship and a deep-rooted Marian devotion.
Wikipedia: Iglesia de Nuestra Señora del Carmen Extramuros (Valladolid) (ES), Website
26. Sala de Exposiciones Iglesia de las Francesas
The French Monastery is a Catholic temple that has been at the center of valladolid since the 15th century. At present, only the restored cloister is preserved as a shopping center, and the church, which is now a municipal exhibition hall, all of which are in residential areas built in 1970s.
27. Iglesia de Santiago Apóstol
The church of Santiago Apóstol is a Catholic parish church in the city of Valladolid. Located in the Valladolid street of the same name, it was built in different stages and styles between the fifteenth and seventeenth centuries. It is the headquarters of the Brotherhood of the Seven Words.
28. Museo Arqueológico Provincial
Founded in 1879, the valladolid Museum is a provincial museum of antiques. Since the late 1960s, it has been headquartered in Spanish castles and the palace of fabio nelli in the autonomous Lions community of valladolid. The museum's collection is divided into two parts: archaeology and art.
29. Estatua del Conde Ansúrez
The Monument to Count Ansúrez is an instance of public art in Valladolid, Spain. Located at the Plaza Mayor, it consists of a bronze statue of Count Pedro Ansúrez, founder of the town of Valladolid in the 11th century, topping off a stone pedestal with additional sculptural elements.
30. Iglesia de San Martín
The Church of San Martín y San Benito el Viejo is a Catholic parish church located in the center of the city of Valladolid, in the homonymous province of the Community of Castile and León, Spain. Asset of Cultural Interest (BIC), is a National Historic-Artistic Monument since 1993.
31. Convento de San Quirce y Santa Julita
The Convent of San Quirce y Santa Julita is a monastery located in Valladolid (Spain). Located in Trinity Square and occupied by Cistercian nuns, it is one of the oldest monasteries in the city. It is the headquarters of the Penitential Brotherhood of the Sacred Passion of Christ.
32. Casa Museo de Cervantes
The Casa de Cervantes 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.
33. Iglesia de San Miguel y San Julián
The Church of San Miguel and San Julian is the ancient self-proclaimed house of the Jesuit Church in the city of valladolid (Spain). When the Jesuits were expelled from Spain in 1767, the building was designated as the parish of San Miguel, San Julian and San Basil in 1775.
Wikipedia: Iglesia de San Miguel y San Julián (Valladolid) (ES)
34. Monumento a los Cazadores de Alcántara
The Monument to the Hunters of Alcántara is located on the Paseo de Zorrilla in Valladolid, in front of the main door of the building of the Cavalry Academy of Valladolid. The sculptural ensemble is the work of Mariano Benlliure and was inaugurated on June 25, 1931.
35. Iglesia de Santa María Magdalena
The Church of Santa María Magdalena is a Roman Catholic parish church in Valladolid. It is located on Colón Street, in front of the Casa Museo de Colón and next to the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Valladolid and the Monastery of Las Huelgas Reales.
Wikipedia: Iglesia de Santa María Magdalena (Valladolid) (ES)
36. Fachada de la Universidad de Valladolid
The façade of the University of Valladolid of Spain was built between 1716 and 1718 in the Baroque style. The architect Fray Pedro de la Visitacion supervised the construction. The facade was part of a project to enlarge the buildings of the university.
37. Iglesia de San Felipe Neri
The church of San Felipe Neri is a Catholic church in the city of Valladolid, located on the street of the same name. It is not a parish church but was conceived as an oratory for the newly created congregation of St. Philip Neri of secular priests.
38. Antigua Fábrica de harinas La Perla
The "Pearl" Flour Mill is an old Valli Soleta flour mill built between 1856 and 1857 and operated thanks to hydroelectric power provided by the Castle Canal. The building was declared culturally valuable in 1991 and the factory was closed in 2006.
39. Iglesia de los Dominicos
The Apostolic College of the Dominican Fathers is located in the city of Valladolid and with its set of buildings, of an educational and conventual nature, it is configured as one of the pillars of the renewal of religious architecture in Spain.
Wikipedia: Iglesia del Colegio Apostólico de los Padres Dominicos (ES)
40. Museo de la Ciencia
Valladolid Science Museum was opened in May 2003 as a museum and an iconic piece of architecture based on an old flour mill. Rafael Moneo and Enrique de Teresa used a lot of the old industrial complex to create this new Science Museum.
41. Monumento a Cristóbal Colón
The Monument to Columbus is an instance of public art in Valladolid, Spain. Located on the centre of the namesake Plaza de Colón, in the southeastern corner of the Campo Grande, the monument is dedicated to Christopher Columbus.
42. Museo Oriental
The Oriental Museum of Valladolid is a museum space located inside the convent of the Filipino Augustinians in the city of Valladolid (Spain), and is considered by some sources as the best of its kind in Spain.
43. Catedral de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción
The Cathedral of Our Lady of the Holy Assumption, better known as Valladolid Cathedral, is a Roman Catholic church in Valladolid, Spain. The main layout was designed by Juan de Herrera in a Renaissance-style.
44. Iglesia de San Pedro Apóstol
The church of San Pedro Apóstol is a Catholic temple located in Valladolid. It is located behind the University Clinical Hospital of Valladolid and near the historic Jail of the Chancillería of Valladolid.
45. Convento de Santa Teresa
carmen's Conception Monastery, commonly known as SantaTeresa Monastery, is a monastery of barefoot Galmero nuns located in the Spanish castle and the Spanish city of valladolid in the Lion Autonomous Region.
Wikipedia: Convento de la Concepción del Carmen (Valladolid) (ES)
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