World Heritage Cities Route
Cuenca, Alcalá de Henares, Segovia, Ávila and Salamanca are five Castilian cities that all share the honor of having been declared Heritage of Mankind sites by UNESCO. This the chance to visit the historic centers of these magnificent cities and discover their museums, mosques, cathedrals, universities, palaces, courtyards, etc. and revel in a feast of archaeology, history, art and literature. In Cuenca, the old convent of San Pablo enjoys a privileged location in the Hoz of Huécar opposite the famous Hanging Houses. In Alcalá de Henares, the Hostería (Inn) in the Colegio Menor (Hall of Residence) of San Jerónimo, founded in 1510 by Cardinal Cisneros. The Parador de Ávila is housed in a historical palace built right up against the city walls. In Segovia and Salamanca, the Paradores are of modern construction and overlook the finest historical panoramas of their respective cities.
Avila (4) Madrid (141) Salamanca (10) Segovia (10) Spain (253)
Recomended for 7 to 11+ nights.
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