Burgos is located in northern Spain inhabited by around 1,80,000 people out of which 20,000 live in its metropolitan area.
Early humans lived in the city of Burgos over 800,000 years ago. Excavations have brought up many interesting archaeological finds in the area. Later in its history, Burgos became a part of Roman territory. With the rise of Christianity in the region, it came to be known as Castile or the land of castles. The city boasts of many historical tourist attractions such as the Burgos Cathedral which became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984 and the Monasterio de las Huelgas which is an important cultural site and a still active monastery.
Its economy is powered mainly by trade and its industrial sector along with wheat cultivation that occurs near the boundaries of the city.
Its pleasant Mediterranean climate makes it an ideal tourist destination during the summers. The gothic architecture that bejewels the city will leave you stunned. It’s a city garbed as a small, old-fashioned town with its history and culture. It’s also home to some of the best eateries especially if you’re restaurant-hopping for some flavourful tapas. The activities and things to do here will leave you charmed with its quaint, unassuming prettiness and undeniable majesty. Happy vacationing!