Toledo

Known as “the city of three cultures”, it is where Muslims, Jews and Christians co-existed for centuries, giving the world and mankind the best example of respect, tolerance and peaceful coexistence ever experienced by a community before. Moreover, all the knowledge gathered for years is shown in the exquisite craftwork still produced in Toledo, and…

Segovia

Located at the foot of the Sierra de Guadarrama and about 100 km away from the capital of Spain, the city of Segovia is one of the World Heritage Sites declared by UNESCO in 1985. Admiring its splendid Roman aqueduct, built during the 2nd century A.D. and perfectly preserved, or tasting the world-renowned cochinillo asado…

Avila

Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985, Avila is surrounded by the astonishing landscape of Sierra de Gredos and offers not only its history, art and heritage but also gastronomy, festivals and nature.   Avila´s landmark is its medieval wall, almost entirely preserved as it was, but we must not forget its great…