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Ourense It is the city of water and a true architectural treasure thanks to its 2,000-year history that blends Roman, Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque and modern past. Miño no longer brings gold today, but it is a valuable hot springs scattered throughout the city. Comfortable, tranquil and with a variety of activities to keep you entertained during a stay in a hotel in Ourense, the destination is ideal for travel with family or friends.
As if it is hot springs, As Burgas is a meeting point with the history of the city and an emblematic space linked to its origins.
This fountain, located in the heart of Ourense's historic center, is not only home to Roman springs of Roman origin; but also many legends. They say that those who touch the As Burgas thermal water you will end by celebrating your wedding here. Other stories tell about the mysterious whispering of its resident nymphs (to whom the therapeutic properties are attributed).
The waters at over 60º temperature are known for their almost miraculous therapeutic uses. For this reason, and for its long history, As Burgas is a place that all travelers must visit before drinking.
The modern layout is the result of many refurbishment that today allows you to enjoy this space to the full: a unique experience that will surprise anyone who is in Ourense.
There are also many hot springs and spas in Ourense, such as O Tinteiro, Outariz or A Chavasqueira.
The Roman Bridge, Santo Cristo, As Burgas, the Praza Maior and the Cathedral, among others, are the the main points of interestin in Ourense and symbols of the city.
Taking a dip in the heart of Ourense is a real orientation challenge for those who encourage walks through its narrow stone streets. It’s an infallible tip to not miss out and you will also enjoy all the charm of this trip in time, and you will walk from plaza in plaza.
A stroll through the city will take you to those staying in the Barceló Ourense discover the most historic and surprising corners: the Praza Maior, an original sloping square and the center of the ancient city; the Cathedral, a temple with an air of fortress; the Chapel of the Santo Cristo, which is blessed with the creation of the hair; or Praza do Ferro, which is one of the most typical of prints.
The bridge crosses to the bridge are joining the paths between the squares and the square. Witnesses of time, eight bridges over the river Miño are an essential element of this destination. Ponte Vella or Maior (Old or Main Bridge) dates back to Roman times and was a historic milestone. In fact, the first step over the Miño continues to be a symbol of Ourense today