Burgo de Osma. This little town in the Duero valley was founded by Visigoths and is one of the oldest diocesan towns in Spain. Every corner in El Burgo de Osma offers a lttle suprise.
The Villa was declared of special cultural interest due to the historical importance of its monuments: the Cathedral, the Plaza Mayor, the Walls and the Calle Mayor, where you get the feeling that you can get to know the local way of life. … El Burgo del Osma is one of those places where you can comfortably travel back in time.
The cathedral is the main highlight in El Burgo de osma. Few remains of the original 12C Romanesque church have survived, as materials from it were used in the construction of the 13C Gothic cathedral. The latter consists of a nave and two aisles and has a Latin cross groundplan. The cathedral has a most beautiful Gothic cloister dated 1512.
The Plaza Mayor and the Calle Mayor are great examples of Castilian way of live. El Burgo de Osma is famous for some of its hotels and restaurants and a small size, high quality weekend tourist destination for locals.