More about Logrono
Situated on the shore of the river Ebro, Logrono is the capital of the La Rioja province in Spain.
Old historic town
Have a look at the sights in the historical part of Logroño.
Walk along the Ebro river and see the many baroque and Gothic buildings which bear witness to Logroño’s past.
Eat some “Pinxos”
Sustenance is also guaranteed in Logroño which was the gastronomic capital of Spain in 2012.
Go to Calle Laurel and Calle San Juan where you will find one tapas bar after another.
Here the famous Spanish snacks are not called tapas but pinxos.
They are small slices of bread heaped with the most delicious and sometimes extravagant toppings.
Eat enough, washed down with the famous Rioja red wine, and you won’t need a sit down meal, but will be ready to enjoy the art festival all day and all night.