La Rioja (Spain)
Sourced from Wikivoyage. Text is available under the CC-by-SA 3.0 license.La Rioja is an autonomous community in northern Spain, bordered by Basque Country, Navarre, Aragon and Castile-Leon. The region is popular because of its gastronomy and well known internationally thanks to the Rioja wine.
- — The capital and hub of the region.
- — Small picturesque medieval town that hosts the Vivanco Museum of Wine Culture.
- — The Paleontological Centre it's a good start to follow the dinosaur footprints spread across the southern part of La Rioja.
- — Small scenic town home of the 2-Michelin starred restaurant El Portal del Echaurren and the ski area Valdezcaray.
- — Wine town that celebrates the Battle of the Wine every year on June 29.
- — The Yuso and Suso Monasteries were declared World Heritage Site in 1997, as the birthplace of the modern written and spoken Spanish language.
- Logroño–Agoncillo Airport (RJL)
- Cathedral of Santa María, Calahorra
- Cathedral of Santo Domingo de la Calzada, Santo Domingo de la Calzada
- Co-cathedral of Santa María de la Redonda, Logroño
- Monastery of Nuestra Señora de Valvanera, Anguiano
- Monastery of Santa María, Cañas
- Monastery of Santa Maria la Real, Najera
- Yuso and Suso Monasteries, San Millán de la Cogolla, World Heritage Site
- El Barranco Perdido, Enciso. Palaeontological park with swimming pool and activities related to the dinosaurs.
- Valdezcaray, Ezcaray. Ski resort with 22 kilometres of slopes and San Lorenzo as the highest peak with 2125 metres.