Visit the cities rich architectural history such as The Cathedral, the Prerománico buildings and the old town.
If there is enough interest, we’ll arrange a guided tour of the pre-romanesque Church of St Mary at Mount Naranco, built in 848, located a few hundred meters from the Purificación course, and declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985.
There are plenty of restaurants and bars offering asturian cuisine, and you should try the asturian national dish: fabada, a stew with large white beans. We also recommend you taste la sidra, this is a very dry cider, and unlike French or English natural ciders, uses predominantly acidic apples, rather than sweet or bittersweet ones, resulting in a low alcohol content of 3º to 5º.
If you want to experience the local night life, you can always visit the bars and restaurants around the calle Gascona area.