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City Tour SIGÜENZA

Discover the medieval city of Sigüenza just 45 minutes from Matarrubia. Stay overnight in the magnificent Parador de Sigüenza and have a truly memorable dinner in this historic castle.

Castillo de Sigüenza is an imposing 12th century medieval castle situated in an Arab fortress built atop a Roman settlement. Now one of Spain’s luxury Paradors, it combines all the charm of the past with the comfort and quality of the modern service that we expect today. Accompanied by a select variety of culinary offerings that include the specialities and traditional products of this region, allowing you to take a fascinating and delicious tour of the most exquisite dishes. A truly, unique place that invites you to enjoy this ancient city, where the stones speak of history, tradition and legend.

The Parador’s traditional Castilian furnishings are displayed with fine taste in the spacious and welcoming guest rooms. Some feature canopy beds that will make you feel as if you are lodging in a real palace. Within the thick stone walls there is a cobbled courtyard and a stately, elegant dining room. Here, you can enjoy the best flavours of Castile and La Mancha.

Offered is an enticing menu of local dishes: fried free-range eggs, migas y torreznos (fried breadcrumbs and bacon), oven-roasted suckling kid, cod, Manchego cheese, and for pudding, the famous borrachitos seguntinos (sponge cake soaked in liqueur syrup). Everything is made using the finest local and seasonal ingredients. During October and November, there are culinary events featuring delicious local mushrooms.  

In Sigüenza itself, you can enjoy a real journey back in time as you visit the cathedral, with its famous sepulcro del Doncel (tomb of the youth), chapels and cemetery.  You can stroll through historic neighborhoods, medieval Travesaña and the baroque neighborhood of San Roque. There are a number of typical small Castilian villages located throughout this large municipality, where traditional customs interact with rural architecture and nature, and where ancient taverns coexist with sophisticated restaurants.

You could also savor the city's natural surroundings. The Río Dulce Nature Reserve, the Pinar de Sigüenza (Pine Wood of Sigüenza), large Mediterranean forests of holm oak and oak woods, valleys carpeted in green that are home to the griffon vulture, peregrine falcon and eagle owl.

One night for two in the Castle plus dinner & breakfast  €330 per double room.

Please contact Ashley Butler to find out more.
T 07971 792034 | Email Ashley

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City Tour SIGÜENZA

Discover the medieval city of Sigüenza just 45 minutes from Matarrubia. Stay overnight in the magnificent Parador de Sigüenza and have a truly memorable dinner in this historic castle.

Castillo de Sigüenza is an imposing 12th century medieval castle situated in an Arab fortress built atop a Roman settlement. Now one of Spain’s luxury Paradors, it combines all the charm of the past with the comfort and quality of the modern service that we expect today. Accompanied by a select variety of culinary offerings that include the specialities and traditional products of this region, allowing you to take a fascinating and delicious tour of the most exquisite dishes. A truly, unique place that invites you to enjoy this ancient city, where the stones speak of history, tradition and legend.

The Parador’s traditional Castilian furnishings are displayed with fine taste in the spacious and welcoming guest rooms. Some feature canopy beds that will make you feel as if you are lodging in a real palace. Within the thick stone walls there is a cobbled courtyard and a stately, elegant dining room. Here, you can enjoy the best flavours of Castile and La Mancha.

Offered is an enticing menu of local dishes: fried free-range eggs, migas y torreznos (fried breadcrumbs and bacon), oven-roasted suckling kid, cod, Manchego cheese, and for pudding, the famous borrachitos seguntinos (sponge cake soaked in liqueur syrup). Everything is made using the finest local and seasonal ingredients. During October and November, there are culinary events featuring delicious local mushrooms.  

In Sigüenza itself, you can enjoy a real journey back in time as you visit the cathedral, with its famous sepulcro del Doncel (tomb of the youth), chapels and cemetery.  You can stroll through historic neighborhoods, medieval Travesaña and the baroque neighborhood of San Roque. There are a number of typical small Castilian villages located throughout this large municipality, where traditional customs interact with rural architecture and nature, and where ancient taverns coexist with sophisticated restaurants.

You could also savor the city's natural surroundings. The Río Dulce Nature Reserve, the Pinar de Sigüenza (Pine Wood of Sigüenza), large Mediterranean forests of holm oak and oak woods, valleys carpeted in green that are home to the griffon vulture, peregrine falcon and eagle owl.

One night for two in the Castle plus dinner & breakfast  €330 per double room.

Please contact Ashley Butler to find out more.
T 07971 792034 | Email Ashley

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