6 days in La Rioja Itinerary

6 days in La Rioja Itinerary

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Logrono

Logroño is a city in northern Spain, on the Ebro River. Get out of town with these interesting Logrono side-trips: Pamplona (Garrarte Artesanos & Catedral de Pamplona) and Tierra Rapaz (in Calahorra). And it doesn't end there: awaken your taste buds at some of the top wineries in the area, pause for some serene contemplation at Concatedral de Santa Maria de la Redonda, do a tasting at Bodegas Tritium, and don't miss a visit to Calle del Laurel.

For reviews, photos, maps, and more tourist information, you can read our Logrono day trip planning tool.

Pamplona to Logrono is an approximately 1-hour car ride. You can also drive; or take a bus; or take a train. In September, plan for daily highs up to 31°C, and evening lows to 16°C. Wrap up your sightseeing on the 21st (Tue) to allow time to drive back home.

Things to do in Logrono

Wineries · Parks · Zoos & Aquariums · Theme Parks

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La Rioja travel guide

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Wineries & Vineyards · Landmarks · Sacred & Religious Sites
La Rioja is an autonomous community and a province in Spain, located in the north of the Iberian Peninsula. Its capital is Logroño. Other cities and towns in the province include Calahorra, Arnedo, Alfaro, Haro, Santo Domingo de la Calzada, and Nájera. It has an estimated population of 322,415 inhabitants (INE 2010).It covers part of the Ebro valley towards its north and the Iberian Range in the south. The community is a single province, so there is no County Council, and it is organized into 174 municipalities. It borders the Basque Country (province of Álava) to the north, Navarre to the northeast, Aragón to the southeast (province of Zaragoza), and Castilla y León to the west and south (provinces of Burgos and Soria).The area was once occupied by pre-Roman Berones, Pellendones and Basques. After partial recapture from the Muslims in the early tenth century, the region became part of the Kingdom of Pamplona, later being incorporated into Castile after a century and a half of disputes. From the eighteenth century the Rioja region remained divided between the provinces of Burgos and Soria, until in 1833 the province of Logroño was created, changing the name of the province to La Rioja in 1980 as a prelude to its constitution under a single provincial autonomous community in 1982. The name "Rioja" (from Río Oja) is first attested in 1099.

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