Burgos Spain, most well known for its cathedral, is a city on the Castile plateau just north of Madrid. Burgos is a well connected city, and transportation into and around the city is available by rail or road. Once inside the city limits, visitors can experience the Burgos Spain afoot, often the best option to see the most popular attractions, bicycling, another fabulous choice, bus, inexpensive and great for longer distances, taxis, and private car. Burgos is home to many historical attractions, but the most famous of these notable sites is the Burgos Cathedral, which greets visitors with quite a grand facade.
The most well-known attraction in Burgos is the Cathedral, an enchanting structure, day or night, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Housed within this place of worship are the remains of El Cid, a Castilian nobleman and military hero. Constructed with a unique gothic-style architecture, this cathedral is easily one of the most striking and beautiful in the world.
Vacationers can choose from a variety of lodgings when visiting Burgos Spain, from small boutiques to fine luxury hotels. Some of the hotels include the four-star Hotel Rice (pictured), NH Palacio de la Merced, which offers views of the city and cathedral, and Hotel Cordon, conveniently located near many other Burgos attractions. Hotel La Puebla, a nineteenth century structure with fifteen rooms, and Mi Hotelito, a family-owned inn at the main square of town, are two delightful local accommodations that offer modern comforts within an old world atmosphere.