Once the capital of the Spanish Empire, Toledo is nowadays a UNESCO World Heritage Designated Site, due to its essential historical and cultural statute.
Finding its origins in pre-Roman times, Salamanca is known as "La Ciudad Dorada", exposing buildings facades made of special sandstone with unique golden glow.
This 2000-year-old city is a very popular touristic destination, hosting many ancient heritages; the old city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, being surrounded by the Roman walls, rebuilt in the 15th century.
The capital of the north-western Spanish province of León proposes impressive buildings in various architectural styles.
Avila is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, situated on a rocky hill at over 1000 meters altitude.
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