The Reception Centre for Visitors of the Veton Territory is located in Lumbrales
It is a Modernist Portuguese-colonial style building, which was built between 1875 and 1877 to honour Princess Isabel, Alfonso XIII´s daughter, on the occasion of the Duero railway opening.
Getting inside this house involves going in depth into the unique universe of the builder by admiring the rooms, the forge or plaster items, where you can still hear the echo and efforts of this dreamer businessman.
There are interesting didactic and interpretation resources in the Count´s House and the Archaeological Museum to enjoy your visit.
The door of the Count´s House is protected by a magnificent verraco known in the village as the “burro de la Barrera”, which is like a warm-up before visiting Las Merchanas fortified settlement
It is advisable to visit this place in order to get to know the Veton culture and to get ready to visit Las Merchanas fortified settlements - located near this place- and Yecla de Yeltes.