This canary yellow 19th-century mansion is unmistakable and impossible to ignore unless you’re color blind. Built in neoclassical style,...
Iglesia de Santa Clara
Casa Ganoza Chopitea
Northeast of the cathedral, this c 1735 mansion, also known as Casa de los Léones, is considered to be the best preserved mansion of the...
If you’re sick of the tiny plate of eggs your hotel is throwing at you in the morning, check out Oviedo’s long list of breakfasts – from...
Lonely Planet review
An elegant choice with veteran cummerbund-bound waiters who fawn over you like in the ‘40s, this tableclothed classic offers a long list of sophisticated meat and seafood dishes along with good-value lunch specials (S14.50) and pizzas. They have mouthwatering chupe de camarones, a seafood stew of jumbo shrimp simmering in a buttery broth with hints of garlic, cumin and oregano, and the desserts are excellent, from classic tiramisu to mile-high tres leches (a spongy cake made with evaporated milk).