Stately Plaza de San Marcelo is home to the ayuntamiento (town hall), which occupies a charmingly compact Renaissance-era palace. The...
Palacio de los Guzmanes
The Renaissance theme continues in the form of the splendid Palacio de los Guzmanes (1560); the façade and patio stand out.
Real Basílica de San Isidoro
Even older than León's cathedral, the Real Basílica de San Isidoro provides a stunning Romanesque counterpoint to the former's Gothic...
This is a favourite León drinking hole with an old Parisian feel. It serves cocktails (€5), ice creams and hot drinks and has a lovely...
El Picoteo de la Jouja
This intimate little bar has earned a loyal following for its concentration on traditional local tapas (try the six tapas for €13.50)...
La Trébede information
Lonely Planet review
As good for tapas (try the croquettes) as for first drinks (wines by the glass start at €1.50), La Trébede is always full. The decor is eclectic – deer's antlers, historic wirelesses and the scales of justice – and the sign outside promising 350km to Santiago may just prompt you to abandon the Camino and stay a little longer.