Thechapel of Santisima Trinidad, iswell-known in Ribera del Duero as the Padre Eterno Ermita. Laid out as a Christian cross, the nave is Baroque style, dating from 17th century. Consquently it became a Cultural Interest Property on 9th April 1992.
The Museum of Traditional Games opened in 2013. It is curated by La Tanguilla Association, inspired by Carlos de la Villa, who loved traditional games.
First shown as a temporary exhibition in 1998 about The Railway in the Aranda´s Cultural Centre (Casa de Cultura) curated by Francisco Andrés Vicente. It attracted 10,500 visitors.
Incomparable facilities for tour groups arriving in Ribera del Duero.
Subjected to many transitions, this place began its history with late Romanesque church with a rectangular floorplan, where there were burials. Rebuilt a couple of times between 5th – 10th.
Ribera del Duero has a new recently opened cinema multiplex in Aranda, where one can enjoy a relaxing and entertaining break. Changing weekly programme, can be found in the programme on this link.
Since 1997, the “Ruta del Vino-Afluente Rural” Tourist Initiative Centre has stimulated an increase in visitor numbers in the region.