Logroño is a city in northern Spain, on the Ebro River. It is the capital of the autonomous community of La Rioja, formerly known as Logroño Province.
The population of Logroño in 2004 was 142,143. The city is a centre of the trade in Rioja wine, for which the area is noted, and also produces wood, metal, and textile products.
From the 10th century, possession of Logroño was disputed between the kings of Navarre and those of Castile; the region was finally annexed to Castile in 1173. Alfonso VI of Castile granted Logroño a charter of rights that served as a model for other Spanish cities.
Logroño is home to football club CD Logroñés.