Parador de Calahorra - This red brick construction harmoniously contrasts with the fresh water of the river Ebro and the Cidacos Valley. The dense vegetation of the garden, filled with flowers and palm trees, is inserted in one of the most important historical and artistic ensembles of La Rioja. The most representative building of the former Calagurris, of Roman origin, is the Cathedral. Wide portals, large windows and blinds adorn a structure with smooth lines which, inside, has a decoration with a clear Medieval influence. The working rooms are characterized by their spaciousness and modern and functional installations. The cooking of La Rioja is based on the quality of the products of its fertile land, with vegetable stew, 'pochas' (pinto beans), chops with peppers, and pears or peaches in wine standing out.
Distances to nearest paradors
Los Picaos Holy Week, San Vicente, 80 km.
Paso Viviente Maundy Thursday, Calahorra.
San Fermín 7 July, Pamplona/Iruña, 90 km.
Calahorra. Churches, Cathedral.
Route of the Dinosaurs (30 km).
Wine Route. Haro (83 km). Fuenmayor (60 km). Santo Domingo de la Calzada (88 km)
Romanesque Route. Estella (45 km). Nájera (65 km)
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