A busy industrial city of 153,000, Logroño has a lovely old quarter bordered by the Ebro and medieval walls, with Breton de los Herreros and Muro Francisco de la Mata the most characteristic streets.
Near Logroño, the Roman bridge and the mirador (lookout) at Viguera are the main sights in the lower Iregua Valley. According to legend, Santiago (St. James) helped the Christians defeat the Moors at the Castillo de Clavijo, another panoramic spot. The Leza (Cañon) del Río Leza is La Rioja's most dramatic canyon.
Logroño's dominant landmarks are the finest sacred structures in Rioja.
Logroño at a Glance
Elsewhere in Bilbao and the Basque Country
- Getaria and Zumaia
- The Highlands
- La Rioja Alta
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