Official Portal of Tourism. Junta de Castilla y Leon
Touch history with your hand
It was depopulated in the Visigoth times.
Archeological site of Pintia
The village spans from the Bronze Age to the Visigoth times. The second Iron Age and the Roman times were the periods of greatest splendor of the settlement, being depopulated in the Visigoth times. The site is composed of Las Quintanas, Carralaceña and Las Ruedas, and located in Padilla de Duero, where the remains of the ancient Vaccaei city of Pintia can be seen.
The Vaccaei became one of the most important Pre-Roman ethnic groups who lived in the central valley of the Duero basin and they settled in the place leaving their trace in these lands with their adobe architecture, the frequent consumption of wines and the extensive cereal farming too.
- Archaeology site
- Historical Period:
- Celt (Vaccaei), Roman
Oficina de Turismo of Peñafiel
Plaza del Coso 31-32. Peñafiel. 47300 Valladolid.
Teléfono: 983 881 526
Página Web: http://www.turismopenafiel.com
Tourist Office of Valladolid
- Summer (June, 1 – August, 31):
- Wednesday to saturday: . Guided tours:10:30, 12:30, 17:30, 19:30
- Sundays and holidays: . Guided tours:10:30, 12:30
- Closed: monday and tuesday
- From September, 1 to May, 31:
- Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Holidays: book visit in advance. Guided tours:solo grupos
- Closed: monday to thursday
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Archaeological Hall of Pintia
Shows the pintia site (La Quintana, Carralaceña and Las Ruedas), different cultures, from the historical tribes to the roman era.
Hall with didactic content consisting of reproductions of objects found[...]
Address: Plaza del Coso, 31-32. Peñafiel. 47300 Valladolid.
Telephone: 983 881 526