The national museum of sculpture in Valladolid, Spain, houses probably the most impressive collection of wood colored sculptures in the world from the Middle Ages to the XIX Century. The primitive nucleus of the collections belongs to the disentailed convents of Valladolid and its surroundings. We can see the Spanish- Flemish Gothic style, the first Mannerism represented by Alonso Berruguete and Juan de Juni, and the Baroque style from the XVII with important samples of authors as Gregorio Fernández, Martínez Montañés and Alonso Cano. The first Renaissance is shown through works by Felipe Vigarny and Diego de Siloe in contrast with works, in Mannerist style, by Alonso Berruguete and his followers. The works exhibited on the second floor define the characteristics of the Baroque sculpture from the XVIII Century and its development in the different peninsular artistic centres. Finally the route is completed by the bulls and bullfighters´ collection, altarpieces, sepulchres and the marvellous Neapolitan Nativity scene.
Castle in Peñafiel, near Valladolid, home of the Museum of Wine and tens of impressive vineyards as Protos and Vega Sicilia, producing some of the best wines in the world.