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Nearest Distances

Airport Codes:

Distances from VLL to:
Valladolid 13 km
Salamanca 101 km
Burgos 123 km
Madrid 165 km

Nearest Major Airports:
13 km: Valladolid Airport (VLL)
101 km: Salamanca Airport (SLM)
121 km: Burgos Airport (RGS)
160 km: Madrid-Barajas Airport (MAD)

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Valladolid Airport Guide

The main attraction of Valladolid is the house of Spain’s most important writer; Miguel de Cervantes, who wrote Don Quixote. All who visit, find it a fascinating insight into the man and his work. The Museo des Esculturas is another absorbing place to see. The museum is dedicated to polychrome wooden statues, a speciality of Valladolid, and you’ll see many which are brought out each year for the religious festivals. If you just want a beautiful place to walk, try the area around the San Martin Church where you’ll find some of the oldest streets and buildings of the city.

Valladolid Airport Directions

Getting into Valladolid from the airport is quick and easy. The airport is found near the village of Villanubla around 10km from the city and the N601 takes you directly from the airport to the north western ring road of the city. From there, any of the roads south east will take you into the heart of Valladolid.

Valladolid Airport Parking

There are 260 spaces at Valladolid Airport and all of them within minutes of the terminal building. There’s a short stay section and a longer term car park, both of which are charged by the minute.

Valladolid Airport Flight Information

All but two of the flights to Valladolid Airport are domestic but there’s a Ryanair flight from Brussels and one from London Stansted making it simple to get to the city from the UK.

Hotels Near Valladolid Airport

There are some fabulous hotels in Valladolid and they all seem to be such good value for money. We particularly like the Zenit Imperial which is housed in a former palace in the city and has retained its traditional atmosphere. Surprisingly it costs only 45 euros a night in peak season. Cheaper still and with luxury added is the Foxa Valladolid on the outskirts of the city and is under 40 euros a night; great when you consider it has an indoor pool.

Valladolid Time Zone

Valladolid is one hour ahead of Greenwich Mean Time and is found in the Central European Time Zone (GMT+1)

Valladolid Info

Valladolid’s economy is based on the automobile industry and it’s often referred to as Spain’s Detroit. The city is an ancient one and has much history to be explored. The capital of Castile y Leon; there are many important buildings to be discovered in the beautiful old quarter of the city and it’s rapidly becoming a popular short break city, especially with the arrival of Ryanair flights from the UK.

Valladolid Trivia:
  • Valladolid is found at the juncture of three important wine making regions
  • The name comes from the Spanish meaning ‘sunny valley’ a reference to the great climate Valladolid enjoys
  • The city was founded by the Iberian culture and developed by the Romans
  • During the wars against the Moors, the city was abandoned in a no man’s land designed to keep the Moors away from more important cities
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