Burgos is a city located in the north of the Iberian Peninsula that belongs to the community of Castilla y León.

It is a city with a long history, with evidence of settlements from the Neolithic. Although Count Diego Rodríguez Porcelos is considered the founder of the city.

Burgos is a city surrounded by green areas and linear parks around two main rivers (Río Arlanzón and Río Vena). It has a great monumental heritage, highlighting the Cathedral of Santa María (World Heritage Site), the monastery of Santa María del Real de las Huelgas and the Carthusian monastery of Miraflores. The continuous passage of pilgrims enriches the city, as the Way of St. James crosses Burgos. Next to the city is the Atapuerca archaeological site, under the protection of UNESCO since 2000.

In addition to all this, Burgos has a wealth and gastronomic variety.