Oviedo is one of the best destinations to enjoy incredible landscapes, delicious cuisine and a city steeped in history and full of vitality. Come and enjoy the fantastic historical and cultural heritage and all the attractions that await you in Oviedo.
The old and historic center of Oviedo, popularly known as El Antiguo, offers visitors the essence and soul of the city. Strolling through its streets is to go through centuries of history through the narrow and winding streets that inspired novelists such as Leopoldo Alas "Clarín". Among so much historical and cultural heritage, the Gothic-style Cathedral stands out, a reference point on the Primitive Way to Santigo and where the relics and jewels of the old Asturian monarchy are housed.
Great variety, exquisite flavours, tradition, know-how,... If Asturias can boast of something, in addition to its people and its landscape, it is its gastronomy. Come and enjoy dishes that have crossed our borders such as the fabada, the pitu caleya, or the cachopo. None tastes like in Asturias and, even more, if we accompany it with a culín of cider.
The fame of Asturian landscapes is more than deserved. The beauty, abundance and richness of its numerous protected and natural landscapes of Asturias are waiting for you. The Fidalgo Guesthouse, due to its unbeatable location, is the ideal base camp from which to discover all the splendor of Asturias.
The Campoamor Theater is a benchmark for opera lovers and the cultural epicenter of the city of Oviedo. Built at the end of the 19th century, the theater hosts the second oldest opera season in Spain, after the Liceo season. In addition, Campoamor hosts the annual Princess of Asturias Awards gala.
Because Oviedo is art, it is culture, you cannot visit the city without visiting some of its museums. Very close to the Pension Fidalgo, we find the Museum of Fine Arts of Asturias or the Archaeological Museum. Two essential visits during your stay in Oviedo.
In Oviedo the vestiges of the royal past of the city are preserved. In no other Asturian city are there so many monuments from this period, both in the center of the city and in its surroundings. At the foot of Mount Naranco, we find two World Heritage jewels: Santa María del Naranco and San Miguel de Lillo