Valladolid is the capital of Castile and León. Its unbeatable geographic location affords it excellent links with Spain's main provinces and European points thanks to its airport, motorways and rail networks.
The historic Province of Valladolid contains seven monuments that are World Heritage sites. The town of Tiedra is located in the west of the province, near the Torozos Mountains, and just 55 kilometres away from the province's capital city.
Valladolid's cuisine follows years of tradition, with young lamb being its star dish. It is also accompanied by great broths. Within the region, there are four denominations of origin that even the most demanding palates will appreciate: Rueda, Ribera del Duero, Toro and wines from Tierra de Castilla.