Yacimiento de Padilla de Duero y Pesquera de Duero
•Price of the guided tour: adults, 7 €; children of 7-12 years, 2 €.
•Schedule of guided tours:
-During the months of July and August, coinciding with the development of the archaeological works in the site, the individual visits or for small groups do not need to be previously arranged. The schedule is from Wednesday to Sunday, with passes at 11.00 and 18.30 (*); On Sundays there are no passes in the afternoon. For groups of more than twenty people, the schedule is on demand, so please make a preliminary appointment by calling 983 881 240.
(*) These schedules may undergo specific modifications depending on the weather conditions or other needs of the different services and programs of the CEVFW.
-During the rest of the year, visits are made on demand for groups of at least five adults. In any case, it is always necessary to arrange them at least four days in advance, preferably by email (email@example.com) or, failing that, by telephone (983 881 240).
Plaza Mayor, s/n
47314 Padilla de Duero / Peñafiel (Valladolid, España)
Tel.: +34 983 881 240
The archaeological zone located in Padilla de Duero and Pesquera de Duero constitutes a large archaeological complex, on the left margin of the middle course of the Duero. It is one of the most important archaeological sites in the community of Castilla y León.
Its great extension and extensive occupation, at least from the beginning of the II Iron Age, until the high Middle Ages in an uninterrupted manner, make it a nucleus of great interest for archaeological research. Suffice it to point out the uniqueness and unique character of the Celtiberian and Roman necropolis, respectively, both of incineration and located in the payment of The Wheels. Nor can the great documentary wealth that the stratigraphic sequence of the various human occupations recorded in the next town of Las Quintanas be ignored. Particular interest are the levels of the Celtiberian period, which, together with the nearby Carralaceña pottery, will make a significant contribution to the establishment of chronological bases for the systematization of Celtiberian productions, especially ceramics.
The existence of public buildings and various occupation areas of Roman times, as well as the Visigothic necropolis, opens the investigation to other areas of historical knowledge.
Adults: 7 €
Children 7-12 years: 2 €.