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Burgos, Leon, and nearby wine region

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We’re in Spain for the first couple of weeks of November and would like some advice on the section of the trip that includes Burgos and Leon. What we’re thinking is to arrive in Burgos from Madrid (train or bus) and spend three nights, seeing as much of Burgos as we can the first two days, and the third day taking a day wine tour of the Ribera del Duero wine region. To that end, I’ve found a couple of wine touring agencies on-line, but would appreciate first hand advice on any that you’re aware of. This would be just a day tour, not an overnight or 2/3 days tour. Then travel on to Leon (bus) to spend one day/night in Leon. I really want to see the cathedral in Leon, and I’m aware that this amount of time is very short, but I don’t want to skip over it. Then we’ll proceed to Santiago de Compostela (train) for three days, lodging is booked. So, is this a reasonable plan? What should I change? Any thoughts on wine tours?

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