With an area of just over 5000 km2, La Rioja is the smallest of the autonomous regions. The River Ebro acts as a natural boundary with Alava and Navarra to the north. La Rioja offers many places to see and enjoy but if you’re looking for the most important things to do, the things that just can’t be missed, anyone who has been to La Rioja will tell you there’s nothing as wonderful as: walking around Logroño’s old town, eating pinchos (tapas) in Laurel Street and visiting a winery.
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