Curiel de Duero Castle

Curiel de Duero, Spain

Castle of Curiel de Duero was built in the 7th-11th century to the site of older fort, even from Roman times. At the beginning of the 21st century the castle lied in ruins. In 2003, a hotel company began an intensive restoration process that ended in 2006 , serving since then as  a hotel with 24 rooms.


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Founded: 7th century AD
Category: Castles and fortifications in Spain

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Única puerta de entrada que se conserva de la muralla de Curiel de Duero. Cerca de pueden observar restos de la muralla. Se recomienda visitar de día y de noche, ya que tiene una buena iluminación nocturna. Está bien conservada y tiene unas bonitas vistas del castillo
The only entrance door that remains of the Curiel de Duero wall. Near you can see remains of the wall. It is recommended to visit day and night, as it has good night lighting. It is well preserved and has beautiful views of the castle
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