Hotel in Astorga

May 12th, 2008 | by nick |

Casa de Tepa Hotel in an exceptional 18th century building. It is said that when Napoleon came to Astorga, he stayed here. Casa de Tepa has a large nineteenth-century garden, parking, library, several convention rooms. It is located right on the famous Camino de Santiago pilgrimage footpath, within the walled town of Astorga and not far from the Roman baths. Casa de Tepa has gone through several stages of splendour and decline throughout the history, being seriously damaged during the Independence War. When Napoleon came to Astorga to help French troops in the city siege, he stayed at this home after the conquest. More information.

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