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Today you will get to Zamora through some paths and rural paths. We will walk through more than thirty kilometers to reach the old town of Zamora, where we will see remarkable Romanesque buildings, such as the cathedral.
This is a long stage, you will start in El Cubo de la Tierra del Vino, walking through some of its streets such as Toro y García towards Calle Mayor. Once you get there you have to get to the Iglesia de Santo Domingo de Guzmán church. You will also have to cross a bridge over the Arroyo de San Cristóbal stream. Then you will have to walk to the national road and continue to the left through a path near to the train rails. You will have to continue through this path for approximately 5 kilometres, always parallel to the train rails. Once you get to a crossing you will have to turn left, leaving them. Then you will have to turn right to continue through a rural path. Now you will have to go straight forward to get to the national road that links with Villanueva de Campeán. You will have to cross all this village to get to another path that will lead you to the Arroyo de los Barrios stream. You will have to cross it and then continue straight forward and before getting to San Marcial you will have to go through a path to the right. You will be walking up and you will get to a road, you will have to continue through it for a while. Then you will have to turn left before a crossing, you will walk through some farm fields and also cross a farm. Then you will have to turn left and then turn right, you will have to cross the Arroyo del Perdigón stream a little bit after. You will have to go through a path that starts in the right side and that will lead you to an industrial area. You will have to continue straight forward in the next crossing and you will get to some warehouses. You will get to another road that you will have to cross and from here you will have to go through another path that goes parallel to the Duero river. You will enter in Zamora through a medieval bridge and then through the Calle del Puente street and through the Plaza de Santa Lucía square. There you will see the Romanesque church, dedicated to Santa Lucía, in the heart of Puebla del Valle. If you want to continue up to the hostel, you will need to keep on ascending through San Cipriano slope.
What to see
Zamora is lovely city so we recommend to spend time visiting it. You will enjoy it. If you have any doubt about what to visit, contact us, we will help you!
What to eat
- Typical cheeses from Zamora
- Typical peppers
- Typical wines
- Typical stew
Bear in mind
You have to take into account that you won’t find services between the two villages, so it is better to buy all the necessary things before starting. This stage is easy for everyone. This stage is easy for everyone.What to see
|Towns||Public Hostel||Bike rental||Medical assistance||Coffe bar||Teller||Pharmacy||Hotel||Touristic Information||Guesthouse||Restaurant||Supermarket||Veterinarian|
|El Cubo de la Tierra del Vino||✔||✔||✔||✔||✔||✔|
|Villanueva de Campeán||✔||✔||✔||✔||✔|
Albergue de peregrinos de Zamora
- C/ Cuesta de San Cipriano
- Zamora (Zamora)
- 980 509 427 / 980 537 104
Albergue Campus de Zamora
- Avenída Príncipe de Asturias, 43
- Zamora (Zamora)
- 980 522 150