OVIEDO is a sophisticated city that blends the modern and busy shopping streets with the old buildings from the medieval era.
Fabada Asturiana (white beans stew), Bollo Preñao (Bread silled with chorizo) and Sidra (cider).
In the city
Visit Cristo del Naranco to get one of the best views of the city. Have you ever seen in a church reconverted into a skate park before?. Formula 1 Fan? next to the reconverted church find Fernando Alonso Museum.
On the 21st head to the Teatro Campoamor to enjoy the stunning Dance Festival of Oviedo where
the French choreographer with Algerian roots Hervé Koubi invites us to a dream journey through a tribute to the forgotten barbarian peoples that has its reason for being in the history of the Mediterranean basin.
The city has its own "international airport". Santander and Bilbao airports might be also good options. We recommend to spend 2 days and more if you enjoy food and nature.