Burgos is a spectacular, historically rich City boasting many ancient remains throughout.
With one of the most extraordinary Gothic Cathedrals in the whole of Spain (declared World Heritage site by Unesco in 1984), located in Santa Maria Plaza built over a period of 200 years combining French Gothic, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque styles, deserves a visit.
Other points of interest are: the famous Puente (bridge) San Pablo built in the 13th century lined with Statues of Castilian noblemen from the Middle Ages, the arch of Santa Maria a stone relic from the 14th century, Paseo del Espolon, Monasterio de las Huelgas, and so much more.
You can also visit a futuristic-looking building, the Museum of Human Evolution with remains, dating back 800,000 years.
While you are there try some unusual local Gastronomical treats: the famous blood sausage Morcilla, Lechazo, wood oven slow roasted lamb, and queso (cheese) de Burgos, a white soft cheese eaten with a glass of local wine.
Aside from all of these sites and local delights try to get a rest and prepare for the days ahead!