Visit a host of museums on a trip to Salamanca -

January 28, 2010 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel News can announce that anyone staying in Salamanca hotels may be wondering if there is much to do in the region surrounding the city.

Valladolid is one of its nearest neighbours and offers visitors an opportunity to explore some of the history and arts of the region.

The city boasts several museums that will provide an interesting and educational day trip away from Salamanca.

With trains running between five and nine times each day, the journey - which lasts just over an hour - will also give travellers a chance to take in some of the countryside in the area.

Once in Valladolid, tourists may want to head to the Wine Museum, which boasts exhibits of the wine art and culture from the Ribero del Duero region.

Located in the basement of an 11th century castle, it is a fitting setting to explore the history and heritage associated with the popular drink.

Entry to the museum and castle costs 6 (£5.25) and wine tasting sessions are also on offer for 8 so that weary travellers can sample some of the local delights.

The museum is open every day except Mondays, from 11:30 (local time) to 14:00 and from 16:00 to 19:00 during the winter months.

To make the most of the Wine Museum and other attractions of Valladolid you should consider booking your hoteles Salamanca to avoid disappointment.