The first construction of Miranda de Ebro dates from the 14th century. This same structure, after several reconstructions, is today's present city council. There is also the Plaza de España, one of the most atmospheric areas of the city. It's the perfect place to find hotels in Miranda de Ebro.
It is not known exactly where this locality comes from, but it is known that the first mention comes from the year 757. In 1862 the railroad arrived and the industrialization caused the economy of the place to increase exponentially and prosper.
Undoubtedly, the main attraction of the city is its gastronomy. At almost any restaurant you can eat very well at a very affordable price. The fact that it is located between the Basque Country, Navarre and Castile-Leon makes it a true gastronomic paradise, taking the best from each community.
It should be noted that in spring the pincho fair is held and each bar competes with its best creation to win the trophy for the best pincho. Among the tapas that you can not miss we highlight the black pudding or the mushrooms. The traditional dessert of the city is the Goshúa, made with custard, cream and caramel.
To lighten your stomach, there's nothing better than walking. That's why we recommend that you visit the Deóbriga archaeological site. They are ancient Roman remains dating from the 1st and 2nd centuries AD. A little further you will find the Charles III bridge, built in 1177 and ruined by a flood in 1775.
There is a lot of religious influence in Miranda de Ebro. We recommend that you visit the Church of the Holy Spirit. It is a Romanesque building made in the thirteenth century and rebuilt in the sixteenth century. We can also find the Church of San Nicolás built in 1945. The Church of Santa María, on the other hand, was built in the 16th century and has a late Renaissance and Gothic style. Finally, you can visit the Church of the Sagrados Corazones also dating from the sixteenth century.