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The weather in Logroño
The above is a climate diagram for Logroño. On average, the warmest month is July. Conversely, February is the coolest month in Logroño, with temperatures going under 2°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is August.
Roman artefacts and rich wines await at Logroño holiday lettings
Holiday cottages in Logroño give you a taste of authentic Spanish culture. From stomping on grapes to walking over 15th-century flagstones, your adventure starts here.
Have a gander at the 13th-century Church of San Bartolomé. The crucifix and Romanesque apse are especially noteworthy. Don't leave before tracing the life of St. Bartholomew in the Gothic façade, and make sure to check out the 16th-century Mudéjar tower.
The Church of Santiago el Real dates from 1513. Its cloisters are somewhat older than the 17th-century facade, which is embellished with icons of the Apostle James as a pilgrim and warrior. The flagstones of the Plaza de Santiago are decorated with a special motif depicting the pilgrimage of the saint.
Time travel and walking the line
The Museum of La Rioja is housed inside the 18th-century Baroque Espartero Palace. Travel back in time to prehistory and progress to pre-Roman and Roman times, making forays into various aspects of life, such as economics and religion. Archaeological findings from the medieval period join Renaissance artworks to make this an unmissable gem of a museum.
The 19th-century Paseo del Espolón runs straight through the centre of Logroño, a division between the old and new districts. It is home to a fantastic statue of General Espartero, who lived in the city until his death while in exile from London.
Celebrate the harvest
You’ll feel as though you’d stepped back a few hundred years at the Rioja Wine Harvest Festival. The town becomes a juicy riot of flavour and colour every autumn. Take part in the centuries-old tradition of crushing grapes by foot, and witness the ceremonies centred around the Virgen de Valvanera and bull running. What's more, there are floats and parades, plus live music performances and delicious street food. Oh, and of course, Logroño's superb wine.
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