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HOTEL REAL FUERTE DE LA CONCEPCIÓN – SALAMANCA

Located in the Salamanca municipality of Aldea del Obispo, it is located on the so-called Gardón hill, a few meters from the Turones River, between Spain and Portugal. Built in the middle of the Portuguese Restoration War and rebuilt decades later, it was blown up during the War of Independence and abandoned until its partial restoration at the beginning of the 21st century. An authentic vestige of Napoleonic history to turn it into the original hotel it is today.

ADDRESS

Avda. de Portugal S/N Aldea del Obispo 37488 | Salamanca, Spain

PARADOR DE CIUDAD RODRIGO – SALAMANCA

Ciudad Rodrigo is a very important place in the Peninsular War since it suffered not one but two sieges: in 1810 and in 1812.

The Parador of the town not only stands out for being one of the oldest of the National Network of Paradors, but because in its Alcazar Hall, Wellington signed the capitulation of the French troops in the aforementioned year of 1812.

address

Pza. Castillo, 1 Ciudad Rodrigo, 37500 | Salamanca, Spain

telephone

+34 923460150

HOTEL PALACE BUÇACO – COIMBRA

A true royal palace, considered, since 1917, as one of the most beautiful, romantic and historic hotels in the world.

The city witnessed the battle of Buçaco, where General Wellington defeated the troops of Emperor Napoleon. In fact, on the Hotel grounds there is a former convent that was the place where Wellington set up his headquarters during that period. And even one of the cells of the convent was where the English general slept the night after the battle.

address

Bosque de Buçaco, Luso 3050-261 | Coimbra, PORTUGAL

telephone

+351 231937970

CASA DE TEPA – LEÓN

Rural Hotel and an authentic eighteenth century inn just 16km from Astorga and in the Camino de Santiago. Napoleon himself stayed there during the time he spent in Spain during the War of Independence.


web

http://casadetepa.com/

address

C/ Santiago, 224700 Astorga, León

CONTACT

Tlf: 987 60 32 99 / 628 33 61 65

Fax: 987 60 32 96

CASTILLO DE BENAVENTE – ZAMORA

Today it has been declared a National Monument, is restored and is integrated into the Parador Nacional de Turismo de Benavente.

Most of the castle was destroyed by the French troops during the War of Independence, preserving only the beautiful and original tower, a work made with a mixture of Gothic and Renaissance styles, in the early sixteenth century, and belonging to the Casa Pimentel.

web

https://www.parador.es/es/paradores/parador-de-benavente

address

Pza. de San Marcos 7, 24001 | León, ESPAÑA

CONTACT

+34 980630300


PARADOR SAN MARCOS – LEÓN

During the War of Independence this magnificent convent was transformed into barracks and suffered serious damage.

address

Pza. de San Marcos 7, 24001 | León, ESPAÑA

CONTACT

+34 987 23 73 00


HOTEL PALACIO ANADIA – PORTUGAL

The origins of the House of Paes do Amaral, in Mangualde, date back to the end of the 16th century, having been strengthened since 1644, when Gaspar Paes do Amaral, Captain-Major of Mangualde, established in bond the chapel he owned in the village, located in front of the Senate and consecrated to S. Bernardo.

address

Largo Conde de Anadia 3530-114 Mangualde (Portugal)

CONTACT

+351 232 622138

HOTEL JARDÍN DE LA ABADÍA – ESPAÑA

The charm of the old predominates in the Hotel Jardín de la Abadía, built on the site of a 12th century abbey, thanks to a careful religious-medieval decoration with Gothic-Romanesque frescoes. The 22 rooms of the abbey have been designed to create unique spaces.

address

Calle San José, 3, 5, 47195 Arroyo de la Encomienda, Valladolid, Spain

CONTACT

+34 606 30 41 45