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  1. The unique and intricate work of the Palacio Episcopal de Astorga by modernist architect Antoni Gaudi is a must see in Astorga. Along the Pilgrim’s Road, the town has preserved churches, convents and many other structures important to the history of this region in Spain. Make sure to also visit the Gardens of La Sinagoga and the Chocolate Museum.

  2. Jul 16, 2021 · Astorga, Spain is a magical town located 200 miles northwest of Madrid in the Castile and Leon region. A premier destination along the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage, this unassuming town is sure to surprise pilgrims and travelers alike.

  3. Astorga is in the Leon province of the Castile and Leon region of Spain. Astorga is one of the towns which lies on one of the main routes of the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela. The 'French route' starts at the French Pyrenees and passes through Burgos, Leon and Astorga.

  4. Aug 27, 2020 · Ayuntamiento de Astorga 256 Points of Interest & Landmarks • Government Buildings By W1051AZscottw Beautiful building with a unique clock with Maragato figures striking the hours. Located on the plaza mayor close to... 8. Ancient Roman Walls 51 Historic Sites • Ancient Ruins By xiolung

  5. Astorga León, Castile-Leon The capital of the county of Maragatería in the province of León offers a rich medieval legacy, the result of its location at the crossroads of: the Pilgrim's Road to Santiago de Compostela and the Ruta de la Plata (Silver Road).

  6. Astorga is located in the province of León, in northwest Spain. [2] Because of its location, it sat on the flank of the French army as they advanced into Spain, and then invaded Portugal. [3] The city was built into a hill, part of the Manzanal mountains; [2] and therefore was provided with natural defenses. [4]

  7. Best Dining in Astorga, Province of Leon: See 6,613 Tripadvisor traveler reviews of 59 Astorga restaurants and search by cuisine, price, location, and more.

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