Merida

Merida is currently the administrative and institutional center of the province of Extremadura, and it is a cultural and tourist reference because it has well preserved a two thousand year- heritage of what once was the capital of the province of Lusitania, Augusta Emerita, one of the most important cities of Roman Hispania. Its important…

Salamanca

The University of Salamanca was the first institution of higher learning founded in Spain, and one of the oldest in Europe. This makes Salamanca one of the most attractive cultural places in the country. The city´s historical center, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, is home to a great architectural and artistic ensemble with…

Cuenca

The historical center of Cuenca is one of the most beautiful architectural settings of Spain, and that is why it was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It preserves a rich artistic and architectural heritage, with monuments as unique as the Cathedral or the renowned Casas Colgadas (“Hanging Houses”), currently home to the Spanish…

Leon

León is home to some of the most spectacular monuments of our country, like the impressive gothic Cathedral, the Real Colegiata de San Isidoro, mausoleum of the kings of the ancient kingdom of León and considered to be the “Sistine Chapel of Romanesque”; or the Hospital of San Marcos, currently a National Parador. León is…

Valencia

This is one of the largest and most prominent cities of Spain, with one of the most important seaports in the country. Moreover, this maritime city is one of the closest and best connected to the centre of the peninsula, which makes it a top beachside holiday destination for both national and international tourists. On…