Valladolid law firm
46680 Valladolid (Spain)
Valladolid is a pleasant city to live and work in, due to its monumental beauty, its medium size, its attractive cultural and leisure offer, its peaceful but also lively atmosphere. It is considered a city with great potential due to its moderate unemployment rate and the ability to create jobs in its industrial sector, whose growth is encouraging. The predominant industry of the city corresponds to the sectors derived from agricultural activities, metallurgy, the automobile industry, chemicals, construction, graphic arts, etc. Valladolid is interesting as a place to live since the price of housing is more balanced with respect to wages, as it is 6.23% cheaper than the rest of the equivalent cities in Spain for purchase and 18.6% for rental.
It has a magnificent monumental and cultural heritage, where the historic centre houses the University, the Church of Antigua, the Town Hall or the Plaza Mayor. It offers numerous leisure options and is a city with numerous parks, long avenues, and green areas, and even has a river beach, which provides a healthy life quality.
If there is one aspect where Valladolid stands out, it is its wine tourism offer, since its province hosts up to five appellations of origin: D.O. Rueda, D.O. Cigales, D.O. Ribera de Duero, D.O. Toro and D.O. Tierra de León. This translates into a large number of wineries that one can visit to discover their wines.
Like most traditional Castilian cities, they have little attraction for expatriates or foreigners and worth an example is the fact that the French installed in this city are less than 400.
And like other Castilian cities, it claims to be the “cradle of Castilian” and the place where this language is best spoken, without any consensus appearing to resolve this dispute.