Palacio de los Guzmanes
Casa de Botines
Antoni Gaudí's contribution to León's skyline is the castle-like, neo-Gothic Casa de Botines (1893) – though the zany architect of...
León's cutesy toy train does a 25-minute loop of the city centre, taking in the cathedral and Colegiata de San Isidro (but not as far as...
Close to the main entrance into the old town, the ayuntamiento (town hall) occupies a charmingly compact Renaissance-era palace.
With legs of ham displayed like some meaty Broadway chorus line, this popular bar is famed for its tapas – the little ceramic cup of...
It can be difficult to fight your way to the bar upstairs but it's worth doing so for the generous-sized raciones , include all kind of...
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Palacio de los Guzmanes information
León's recurring Renaissance theme finds expression in the splendid Palacio de los Guzmanes (1560), where the facade and patio stand out. The latter is accessible only by a free guided tour that leaves regularly from 10.30am to 4.30pm.