This Unesco World Heritage–listed cathedral is a masterpiece. A former modest Romanesque church, work began on a grander scale in 1221....
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...
Museo del Retablo
For delicious milkshakes, including unusual flavours like raspberry and walnut, chocolate con churros (deep-fried spiral doughnuts...
A popular stand-up place, La Mejillonera serves great mussels, while the patatas bravas (potatoes with spicy tomato sauce) and...
Lonely Planet review
Cervecería Morito is the undisputed king of Burgos tapas bars and it's always crowded, deservedly so. A typical order is alpargata (lashings of cured ham with bread, tomato and olive oil) or the pincho de morcilla (small tapa of local blood sausage). The presentation is surprising nouvelle, especially the visual feast of salads.