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It may be small compared to some of Oviedo’s other squares, but Plaza de Porlier has lots to see and is brimming with history. Make an effort to stop here in the daytime to watch Spaniards go about their daily lives, or head here after the sunsets to see the beautiful public art lit up.
Stop to look at the beautiful façade of the Palacio de Camposagrado, a Baroque building that is one of Oviedo’s architectural gems. In fact, it was nominated as a historic-artistic monument in 1943 and currently houses the Superior Court of Justice.
Another fascinating landmark within the square is a sculpture known as The Traveler. Get close to the bronze artwork and notice how it appears to be a man, resting with his suitcases and wearing a coat and a hat. It was 1993 when the sculpture first came to the plaza, designed by Eduardo Úrculo.
Carry on to the other side of the square to find the Palacio de Toreno, a building constructed in the 17th century and restored in 1957. This was the birthplace of José María Queipo de Llano, an aristocratic politician well known in the area. Find the plaque on the palace commemorating his birth.
Finish your tour of the Plaza de Porlier by stopping by the Tribunal Superior de Justicia de Asturias, one of the buildings of the High Court of Asturias. Recognize it by the flags hanging above the doorway in the front facade. Also in the square is the Teatro Filarmónica (Philharmonic Theater), one of Oviedo’s largest performing arts spaces.
The proximity of the square to other important Oviedo landmarks, including San Francisco Park, makes it the perfect stop on a longer sightseeing tour. Sit on a bench in the square to enjoy the atmosphere, or make a brief visit on your way to other sights.
Plaza de Porlier is completely pedestrianized, which means you will need to park the car in metered parking nearby and walk in or take public transportation and then explore on foot.
Located in Old Town, this spa hotel is steps away from Plaza de la Escandalera, Church of San Isidoro and Oviedo City Hall. Constitution Plaza and El Fontan Market are also within 5 minutes. Oviedo Station is 10 minutes by foot.
Located in El Cristo y Buenavista, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of University of Central Asturias Hospital, Auditorium - Palace of Congress Principe Felipe and Plaza de Espana. Campo de San Francisco and Carlos Tartiere Stadium are also within 1 mile (2 km). Oviedo Station is 17 minutes by foot.
Located in La Corredoria y Ventanielles, this aparthotel is within a 10-minute walk of Oviedo Cathedral and Camara Santa de Oviedo. Museum of Fine Arts and University of Central Asturias Hospital are also within 3 mi (5 km). Oviedo Station is 15 minutes by foot.
Located in Old Town, this hotel is steps away from University of Oviedo, Plaza de la Escandalera and Plaza de Porlier. Campoamor Theater and Culis Monumentalibus are also within 5 minutes. Oviedo Station is 10 minutes by foot.
Located in Old Town, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of University of Oviedo, Woody Allen Statue and Oviedo Cathedral. Oviedo City Hall and Museum of Fine Arts are also within 10 minutes. Oviedo Station is 11 minutes by foot.
Located in Las Campas y San Claudio, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Calle Uria, Mafalda Statue and Woody Allen Statue. Culis Monumentalibus and Campo de San Francisco are also within 15 minutes. Oviedo Station is only a 5-minute walk.
Located in Las Campas y San Claudio, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Hospital Monte Naranco, Calle Uria and Carlos Tartiere Stadium. University of Central Asturias Hospital and Plaza de Espana are also within 15 minutes. Oviedo Station is 11 minutes by foot.
Located in Old Town, this hotel is steps away from Oviedo Cathedral and University of Oviedo. Campoamor Theater and Culis Monumentalibus are also within 5 minutes. Oviedo Station is 12 minutes by foot.