Through the Lands of Castilla y León this Camino de Santiago travels from Burgos to León (French Way) with enormous Jacobean meaning, with its small and austere towns. The vast plains will be our traveling companions, as well as ancient bridges, a multitude of beautiful Romanesque churches, among which are some of the most beautiful on the Camino de Santiago, a route that will mark us, because it will help us to reflect, meditate and think about the numerous moments that it will provide us.
Stage 1: Burgos - Hornillos (21 km)

In Villalvilla, the Church of the Assumption stands out.

In Tardajos the Churches of Santa María stand out and Magdalena.

In Rabé de las Calzadas we can visit the parish church of Santa Marina, it preserves a cover of the s. XIII

Hornillos del Camino is one of the most unique examples of "town-road", with a single street. Stresses the parish church of Santa María.

Stage 2: Hornillos - Castrojeriz (20 km)

In Hontanas, it is preserved as a Jacobean vestige, a building called "Inn of the French", a former pilgrim hospital.

The Church of the Immaculate, Gothic style and restored following the neoclassical style.

Before entering Castrojeriz are the remains of the Convent of San Antón.

The Collegiate Church of the Virgen del Manzano.

The Church of San Juan and the Church of Santo Domingo.

Contemplate the ruins of the Castle.

Stage 3: Castrojeriz - Fromista (25 km)

In Boadilla del Camino highlight the Parish Church of the Assumption, of the s. XVI, with a splendid baptismal font from the s. XIV Behind the Church, one could admire the jurisdictional roll of the XNUMXth century.

It is a cylindrical column that gave the town a post to provide justice in the town itself and in other surrounding areas that lacked this royal concession granted after the Reconquest to strengthen the conquered settlements.

In Frómista the Church of San Martín, which is considered one of the jewels of Spanish Romanesque.

Stage 4: Fromista - Carrión de los Condes (19 km)

In Villalcazar de Sirga we can not pass without making a thorough visit to the Church of Santa María la Blanca, templar installation of s. XIII

In Carrión de los Condes stands out the Church of Santa María del Camino (XNUMXth century), the Church of Santiago and the Monastery of San Zoilo.

Stage 5: Carrión de los Condes-Calzadilla de la Cueza (17 km)

Benevivere, the place of "good living". It was abbey, but today it is little preserved. The road passes next to its priory of San Torcuato, today turned into agricultural exploitation.

In Calzadilla de la Cueza we can find the parish church of San Martín, with altarpiece of the s. XVI.

In the surroundings we can see traces of the Roman era.

Stage 6: Calzadilla de la Cueza-Sahagún (22 km)

In Ledigos it emphasizes its parochial temple of Santiago.

In Terradillos de los Templarios we can contemplate the Church of San Pedro.

Before arriving in Sahagun the Hermitage of the Virgen del Puente (S. XII) and the medieval bridge.

In Sahagún the Church of the Trinity (S. XVI), the Church of San Juan (S. XVI), the Mudejar Church of San Lorenzo (S. XIII), the Church of San Tirso, Romanesque-Mudejar (S. XII) and the Mudejar Temple of the Pilgrim (S. XIII)

Stages 7 and 8: Sahagún-Burgo Ranero-Mansilla de las Mulas (37 km)

In Mansilla de las Mulas we can see the Walls (XNUMXth century), the Church of San Martín (S.XIII) and the Convent of San Agustín.

Stage 9: Mansilla de las Mulas-León (18 km)

León like Rome, born as a military garrison, in this case as "castra" of the "legio VII Gemina", created by Galva.

The Royal Basilica of San Isidoro, one of the great treasures of the Romanesque of the Camino. By 1160, its ceiling was decorated with superb temple paintings, which have turned it into the "Sistine Chapel" of Spanish Romanesque. The treasure it houses is one of the richest in Europe: the mined Bible of San Martino, the ark of San Isidoro, the chalice of Doña Urraca, is unparalleled.

Under no circumstances should the Museum be lost, which also allows us to contemplate the Royal Pantheon, with tombs of 23 Kings of Leon.

Cathedral of Santa Maria de la Regla, masterpiece of Spanish Gothic, started at the end of the s. XII inside, marvels the luminosity of the more than 100 windows at the height of the triforium.

Monastery and Hostel of San Marcos. Its origins date back to 1151, when Infanta Doña Sancha donates a plot for a Church and a Hospital for the needy.

It consists of the pilgrims hospital and the sumptuous Plateresque monastery by Juan de Horozco. The Santiago Matamoros of the cover, the crosses, and “scallops”, clearly reveal the affiliation of the monument, which was by far the busiest hospital in Leon.

Casa de los Botines, a neo-Gothic work commissioned by Gaudí.

Palace of the Guzmanes.

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