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About Logrono

South of Bilbao in the North of Spain, Logrono is a stop on the pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela. A grand old town in the wine region, it overflows with tree-studded squares, little nooks and small cobblestoned alleys. Tapas bars (aka pintxos) are slotted beside each other - think over 50 - in a ham and wine lovers' idea of heaven. A city that is becoming known for its local culinary expertise, coworking in Logrono will actually put you in a state of hunger and thirst on a perpetual basis.

Sitting on the Ebro River, Logrono is the capital of the province of La Rioja with a population of about 197,000 inhabitants. This is the heart of the Rioja wine trade plus it produces metal, wood and textile products. It has been stomped over by the Romans and the Celts and the possession of this vino heaven was disputed between the kings of Navarre and Castile in the 10th Century. It has the dubious pleasure of being the main seat of the Basque witch trials in 1609 and 1610 that was a part of the Spanish Inquisition.

You will find that networking gets done in coworking venues as much as what happens after hours in the streets of Calle del Laurel and Calle San Juan, where you will find the best tapas in Spain. This street is often referred to as "the path of the elephants". Calle Portales is the main street of the old town, which is a congregation point as much for pilgrims on their spiritual journey as for the intrepid entrepreneurs running from their coworking venues at the end of the day.

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