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This town is sooooo cool! How many times does one get a chance to walk the streets and cross a bridge of a medieval town? The bridge is an architectural feat given the date it was built and the number of arches. Hard to get...More
This bridge is the only real important place to see in the village. Not much attractions. The village is like a transit place for tourists going to some other destination.
In one day trip, you almost visit this bridge and get all done in one...More
This is the most iconic place in a town that has some other interesting places, and specially, experiences, like visiting during their festival in summer. For those walking the pilgrim road, an important mark to tick off on the road.
The best way for pilgrims to leave the city towards Estella, this bridge is a landmark and very picturesque. A real sense of history to all those who go over it and beautiful views of the bridge and the city from the other side.
It's a very impressive structure to cross in the morning when beginning the Camino.
I shoulder how many pilgrims have crossed this bridge over the centuries and wondered at the destination of river below.
Stop and enjoy the history and wonder what the bridge has...More
This is a very elegant and long Romanesque bridge that gave this town its name. It dates from the 11th century. Legend says that the bridge was built on the wishes of the then queen, Dona Mayor, hence its name, the Queen’s Bridge. Its also...More
Come off the bypass and spend a little time here, infact if you have 40minutes to an hour why not pull in at restuarant/hostal Jakue and walk striaght to the small town with its historical main street that has been on the pilgrimage route for...More