The city of Ourense has one of the most important historic centers of Galicia, with remains and monuments of roman and medieval origins.
For the traveler looking for accessible vacations, there is the Plaza Mayor, surrounded by arcades, and the San Martino Cathedral, enormous temple of Romanesque origins, considered as one the most important ones of the whole Iberian Peninsula. Inside, you’ll find the Portico of Paradise, a priceless sculptural gem, praised by the experts from all over the world.
Built in 1830, Ourense’s Main Theater, currently receives many cultural shows. Read here the terms for accessibility of the theater for disabled people.
The city also has Roman thermals and springs, in which water can be up to 65º C. There are many thermals all over the city and many of them are of free entrance. One of the most well known ones is in As Burgas. Read here the terms for accessibility of the theater for disabled people.
Regarding the springs, many of them have become bathing areas, thanks to the medicinal benefits of its waters. Chavasqueira, As Termas do Muíño, Outariz... stand out among them.
Another symbol of the city is the Puente Romano, where the bottom part until half of the pillars is kept intact.
As for eating, the interior Galician gastronomy prevails, specially the meats and river fish. The ao caldeito meat is worldwide famous -cooked beef with a side of potatoes (from A Limia, of course, which is a side in most of the courses), garlic, pepper, olive.
Source: Rutea, Turismo de Galicia.