How to visit the Roman villa La Tejada, in Quintanilla de la Cueza.

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The site, next to the Villa La Olmeda and the ships of the Canal de Castilla, is also covered by the post-covid exemption of public prices that the Provincial Council approved.

 

The archaeological site, managed by the Provincial Government, located in Quintanilla de la Cueza, is already available for the public to visit, with all possible security protocols to guarantee a safe visit, with the limitations imposed by the pandemic.

The term for the early booking of the entrance to Villa Romana La Tejada opens. It can be visited from July 1 to November 1. You should contact them by phone at (+34) 650 410 913.

The site of Quintanilla de la Cueza (Cervatos de la Cueza, Palencia) also benefits from the post-Covid exemption of public prices. The economic and social situation caused by the COVID19 pandemic in the province of Palencia and the different situations created by the various regulations governing the state of alarm, and its implementation phases, seem to advise that, in order to favor visits to the various resources tourism and culture of the County Council, and at the same time thereby favoring the provincial tourism sector, establish temporary free access to them. That is why the Diputación de Palencia proposes that:

  • Those born and / or residing in Palencia and province will have free access to the resources regulated by the ordinance with the only presentation of the DNI or for being under 12 years old. From the reopening of resources until July 31 *

  • All people who have consumed more than € 15 in any hotel and restaurant establishment in the province (excluding overnight stays) will be free of charge, in the previous four days including the visit. In the event that consumption corresponds to more than one person, they will be entitled to one free entry for every € 15 of consumption. This exemption will remain in force until September 15 in all the resources affected by said ordinance *

* The causes of reduction in the price of admission must be accredited at the box office.

This initiative was already foreseen by the Tourism and Culture Services, and it was also a request from the businessmen of the sector in the meeting of "Palencia in progress", which we had with the tourist sector.

In addition, to visit the Tejada site, the rules established below must be respected.

  1. The site will be visited, depending on availability, with compulsory advance reservation, from Tuesday to Sunday from July 1 to November 1. To request the reservation, you must contact the phone (+34) 650 410 913.

  2. There are no guided tours. The archaeological site can be visited without the need for a guide. There is a recommended itinerary indicated to facilitate the unguided visit. It also has the support of informative panels and explanatory brochures that can be downloaded from the website in the La Tejada section in Spanish and English.

  3. Only the individual or group visit of up to 10 people from the same coexistence unit is allowed, with the visitor's own mask, and keeping the distance of 2 meters with the rest of the visitors and staff.

  4. Limited capacity: Inside the archaeological site, 25 people simultaneously.

  5. You must go through the disinfecting mat and use hydroalcoholic gel before entering the deposit, at the box office.

  6. You must follow the marked itinerary and how many safety instructions, closing time and capacity of the local staff.

  7. Access is allowed with guide dogs, duly accredited, previously passing through the disinfectant mat.

  8. Access with backpacks and other non-essential items is not allowed. There is no box office  service.

La jornada de apertura transcurría tranquila y fueron un grupo de visitantes procedentes de la capital de España, los primeros que recorrieron el yacimiento arqueológico que gestiona la Diputación Provincial, ubicado en Quintanilla de la Cueza. Desde ayer ya disponible para la visita del público, con todos los protocolos de seguridad posibles para garantizar un recorrido seguro, con las limitaciones que se imponen a causa de la pandemia.  El yacimiento también se acoge a la exención de precios públicos post
La jornada de apertura transcurría tranquila y fueron un grupo de visitantes procedentes de la capital de España, los primeros que recorrieron el yacimiento arqueológico que gestiona la Diputación Provincial, ubicado en Quintanilla de la Cueza. Desde ayer ya disponible para la visita del público, con todos los protocolos de seguridad posibles para garantizar un recorrido seguro, con las limitaciones que se imponen a causa de la pandemia.  El yacimiento también se acoge a la exención de precios públicos post
apertura tejada 1 de julio
La jornada de apertura transcurría tranquila y fueron un grupo de visitantes procedentes de la capital de España, los primeros que recorrieron el yacimiento arqueológico que gestiona la Diputación Provincial, ubicado en Quintanilla de la Cueza. Desde ayer ya disponible para la visita del público, con todos los protocolos de seguridad posibles para garantizar un recorrido seguro, con las limitaciones que se imponen a causa de la pandemia.  El yacimiento también se acoge a la exención de precios públicos post
La jornada de apertura transcurría tranquila y fueron un grupo de visitantes procedentes de la capital de España, los primeros que recorrieron el yacimiento arqueológico que gestiona la Diputación Provincial, ubicado en Quintanilla de la Cueza. Desde ayer ya disponible para la visita del público, con todos los protocolos de seguridad posibles para garantizar un recorrido seguro, con las limitaciones que se imponen a causa de la pandemia.  El yacimiento también se acoge a la exención de precios públicos post