Castillo De La Zuda
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCastillo De La Zuda Tortosa
I can't believe I got to stay in a castle. This parador chain managed to maintain the castle's charm while keeping it just modern enough for the 21st century guest. While the view from the castle isn't much, who cares! It's a castle.
Great rooms (decor), great breakfast included.
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