Situated in the northern region of La Rioja on the banks of the Ebro River, Logroño is one of Spain's more intriguing cities. A stroll through "El Centro Histórico" ("Old Logroño") offers youth a lesson in Spanish culture and Art.
LOGRONO, a Roman river port and part of the Route of St. James, is today the capital of the Autonomous Community of La Rioja. La Rioja is a small region located in the northeastern part of the Peninsula and it is the most outstanding wine-growing area in Spain. Its production, Rioja Wine, figures among the finest wines in the world.
Haro, around which are located the
better part of the winegrowers, is the region's most important
viticultural centre. Its life revolves almost exclusively
around wine, with which the natives happily dowse one another
on the major feast day, aptly known as 'the battle of the
La Rioja guide