History buffs will enjoy a visit to Zamora, though all visitors are sure to appreciate the museums, monuments, and churches. Visitors who journey to this welcoming and walkable, riverfront city can discover its restaurants, shopping, and bars.
- There are 6 Zamora hotels
- March is the most expensive month to travel here, while February tends to be the cheapest
- Closest major airport is in Valladolid (VLL), 51.2 mi (82.5 km) from the city centre
Sightseeing around Zamora
- Well-known for its museums and attractions such as Baltasar Lobo Museum Castle, Semana Santa Museum, and Museo de la Semana Santa
- Notable for its monuments, historic sites, churches, and landmarks such as Zamora Castle, Zamora Cathedral, and Iglesia de San Pedro y San Ildefonso
- Shopping is tops in the area, and Abastos Market is a favourite locale for retail therapy
Getting around Zamora
There are many transportation options in Zamora. If you want to venture outside of the area, take a train from Zamora Station.
Staying in Zamora
When looking for a holiday accommodation at an affordable price, consider that Zamora has 6 hotels and other accommodation types to choose from. There are 6 hotels ranging from GBP 51 to GBP 108 per night. Looking for a romantic getaway, a cosy spot, or a boutique stay? You might like these highly rated smaller hotels or specialty properties:
- NH Zamora Palacio del Duero, averaging GBP 88.18/night
- Parador de Zamora, averaging GBP 134.44/night
A 4-star favourite with Expedia travellers is NH Zamora Palacio del Duero with a 4.4 out of 5 user rating while Parador de Zamora has a 4.2 rating by guests.
Dressing for Zamora
- Between January and March, you can expect average temperatures of 15°C during the day and 0°C at night
- From April to June, the average during the day is 28°C, while the average at night is 3°C
- July through September has daytime averages of 30°C with nighttime averages of 9°C
- In October–December, you can expect daytime averages of 22°C and nighttime averages of 1°C
- Zamora gets about 383 millimetres of rain per year