Parador de Zamora

Address: Plaza Viriato 5, Zamora, Castile-León, 49001, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Plaza Viriato 5, Zamora, is near Zamora.
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          • Swimming pool
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsParador de Zamora

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          Reviewed Jun 28, 2014
          by (84 reviews) Wellington , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

          Parador de Zamora. Got the last room. Lovely large comfortable room with classic Spanish interior. Huge bathroom. Dark and shuttered and quiet. Even though there was a wedding in the main courtyard we heard nothing. Are diner in dining room. VG.
          €100 incl bfast.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          Reviewed by ozmac

          Great Location

          Reviewed Jul 21, 2013
          by (34 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

          parador is looking a bit run down and the food was to expensive. The location is perfect to visit the town

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          TripAdvisor Reviews Parador de Zamora

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Zamora

          Miranda do Douro & the Douro Gorge Natural Park

          A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on May 09, 2015

          28 photos

          ... an extension of the Meseta of
          Spain and less heavily forested than the hills country I was in over the
          previous day and a half in the province. The area around Miranda is said to
          have a regional language still in use in some of the smaller villages that’s
          closer to old Iberian Latin than Portuguese or Spanish, which probably explains
          why some signs in the area are in a weird second language.


          Lots of oooooooooo shiny!

          A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on Apr 23, 2015

          24 photos

          ... as I'd enjoyed the lovely sandy gravel for the last hour and hang a left and there before us is the River Elsa (the same one by the ruins a few days ago) stunning in the early morning light and can't be captured on point and shoot! Another of those memories to keep.

          But before we can get there we have to negotiate the mud, the puddles, the rocks, the serious downhill - you know the ones where you see the crest and nothing below? The mud was nowhere ...

          At the turn point

          A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on Apr 22, 2015

          18 photos

          Normal start and brekky at the digs. A little bit of highway truck dodgem in the dark and once we're over the wet (bridge) we are back on dirt road. Not too tough this morning and less rocky so can walk a little more confidently.

          Shortly see the lights on the windmills and honestly there must be 100 of them. Paddocks of solar panels at every town and really thinking Spain must truly embrace alternative and renewable energy. Shame on the ...

          A bit of the same old same old - roll on Galicia!

          A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on Apr 21, 2015

          7 photos

          ... pass on we later hear the police sirens. Clearly they are in as much of a hurry as ours are to get to a problem. We wander on and the village is directly in front but not the road to get there. A long turn to the left - a farmer ploughing his field with storks either waiting for him to pass or flying in behind to get an easy feed - followed by another to the right and we enter town to walk all the freaking way to the other end to find an open bar. Ahhhhh coffee at last! Then food ...

          Beautiful walk and a history lesson

          A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on Apr 20, 2015

          20 photos

          ... it out as this is the roman road, yet they call things here Romanesque and can't seem to figure what is roman and what is medieval.

          Find the digs but can check in until 2:30. Today is the municipal Albergue and they have a big kitchen so we are defo staying there because we will defo find some food to cook including real veges! Manage to get them to take our packs so we can explore the city for the next few hours without the extra load.

          Zamora had ...