Spain is one of the countries in the world with more UNESCO World Heritage sites.
In Spain you will have the chance to discover Historic Cities like Toledo or Cordoba. Or incredible constructions that have resist the passing of time since the romans dwell the country like the Segovia Aqueduct or the Tower of Hercules in La Coruña.
Or why not taking a walk along the St James Way, one of the most important Christian pilgrim route and World Heritage since 1993?
In Spain there are many cities whose old quartiers have earn the privilege of being World Heritage’s sites. Near Madrid you can find Toledo, Salamanca, Cuenca and Segovia. Each of them can be easily visited in a day trip tour.
Cordoba is one of the must-see cities in Andalusia. The breathtaking Mosque-Cathedral and the surrounding streets deserve a tour.
While visiting this cities the exceptionally well preserved buildings will make you feel that time has stopped in their winding charming streets!
Spain is an old country and many different cultures have settle in through the centuries leaving behind a vast number of different monuments today declared Word Heritage by UNESCO.
Within Spanish borders you can find representative monuments of all ages of Europe’s history: Prehistoric remains, Roman ruins, Moorish legacy, Pre-Romanic and Romanic churches, Gothic cathedrals, Renaissance monumental Palaces or, more recently, Modernist architecture in Barcelona.
The truth is that visiting the World Heritage monuments in Spain means to take a tour through mankind History!
St James Way
From Roncesvalles in the Navarrese Pyrenees, to Santiago de Compostela, covering an 500 miles route, the longest in Europe and probably one of the most well-known routes in the world: the Route of Santiago de Compostela (St. James Way).
They are more than 1,800 buildings along the route, both religious and secular, of great historic interest. The Way is a sensory journey , where you will be able to admire the scenic beauty and enjoy one of the best cuisines in the world along the route.