R2 – Day 16: Leon End of our services

Today you will have your last breakfast as Crossroads Travel Customer.

Try and make the most of this lively Unesco Heritage listed City one of the largest on Camino de Santiago. Home to many churches and cathedrals noted for their architecture and art. Among them is the Gothic 13th-century Cathedral de Leon, with its towers and flying buttresses, Basílica de San Isidoro, boasting Romanesque architecture of the 10th-century, known for its frescoes and royal tombs and Casa Botines, a neogothic styled building designed by Antoni Gaudi.
Visit the Parador in the city centre with its famous Facade of carved skulls and scallops.
If a bit of socialising and gastronomy are on your agenda, two districts, Barrio Húmedo and Barrio Romántico, full of narrow streets and plazas, with a variety of taverns, bars, restaurants and terraces, both close to the Cathedral, are known for food and fun!

Whatever it is you do from here please go safely, thank you for choosing Crossroads Travel
We hope to see you again sometime soon.

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Buen Camino!!