Situated in the northwest of Spain, Leon has some magnificent historical sites and grand monuments pulling thousands of tourists every year. Any visit to Leon can be considered incomplete if you are not visiting the Catedral, this 13th century cathedral has a breathtaking interior and is a masterpiece of Gothic Architecture. If photography is your thing, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo is the best place for you to visit in Leon. The museum houses an excellent assessment of Spanish photography.
Take an evening stroll in the narrow streets of this beautiful Spanish city, dance all night at any of the clubs or shop for some hand-made paper products at Tejulo. Don Queso is where cheese lovers find their paradise, the place offers every imaginable variety of cheese.
Where to Dine in Leon
Make way to the Barrio Húmedo, this ancient street is home to many bars and restaurants offering typical Leonese Cuisine. A must try dishes are Botillo, Morcilla and Mantecadas.