Best things to do and see in Gijón
Gijón is one of the most beautiful cities in the north of Spain. Located within the Principality of Asturias, it is the municipality with the largest number of inhabitants of the autonomous community and has a unique maritime heritage around the world. Known for its peculiar fishing village of Cimadevilla, for its coastline bathed by the Cantabrian Sea and for being the capital of the Costa Verde. In addition, the Camino de Santiago crosses the city for its coastal route, declared by UNESCO a World Heritage Site.
If you are looking for the best free tour of Gijón, it is important that you keep in mind the essential places, monuments, buildings and neighborhoods that you should visit in this charming city. You can not leave without having seen the Atlantic Botanical Garden, the San Lorenzo Beach, the Aquarium, the Church of San Pedro, the Poniente Beach, the Ñora Beach, the "Monument to the Mother of the Emigrant" (1970) of Ramón Muriedas, the Roman Baths of Campo Valdés, the PLaza Mayor, the Museum of the People of Asturias, Laboral City of Culture, the sculpture of the Praise of the Horizon, the Palace of Revillagigedo, the Park of the Cape of San Lorenzo (La Providencia), the Natural Archaeological Park of La Campa Torres or the Railway Museum of Asturias.
The best way to take advantage of a guided tour of Gijón in the morning, in the afternoon or at night (night) is to do it accompanied by a local guide who knows the culture and history of the city. You can see the opinions and ratings of other walkers (travelers) who have already experienced the experience of touring with GuruWalk.