Arco de Santa María
The splendid Arco de Santa María was once the main gate to the old city and part of the 14th-century walls. It now hosts temporary...
This Unesco World Heritage–listed cathedral, once a former modest Romanesque church, is a masterpiece. Work began on a grander scale in...
Centro de Arte Caja de Burgos
With a lovely perch up behind the cathedral, this private art gallery hosts temporary exhibitions of contemporary art. Apart from the...
Serving good coffee by day, and cocktails and top-shelf spirits after dark, La Boveda is a classy place to get your Burgos night...
A popular stand-up place, La Mejillonera serves great mussels with a variety of sauces – we prefer them simple and steamed (al vapor) ....
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Cervecería Morito information
Cervecería Morito is the undisputed king of Burgos tapas bars and as such it's always crowded. A typical order is alpargata (lashings of cured ham with bread, tomato and olive oil) or the revueltos Capricho de Burgos (scrambled eggs served with potatoes, blood sausage, red peppers, baby eels and mushrooms) – the latter is a meal in itself.
The presentation is surprisingly nouvelle, especially the visual feast of salads. To find room to sit down, come at lunchtime during the week. To immerse yourself in the best of Spanish bar culture, come in the evening but be prepared to wait. There's a quieter upstairs dining area.