Castile–Leon and Castile–La Mancha Sights

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San Martín

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This elevated Romanesque church is on the main street between the aqueduct and cathedral, in a small plaza of the same name. It's open...

San Millán

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Built in the 12th century and a perfect example of the Segovian Romanesque style, this church, a five-minute walk outside town walls,...

Santuario de Nuestra Señora de Sonsoles

  • Garden/Arboretum

On the south side of the city, the sanctuary was built over the Ermita de los Santos Justo y Pastor in 1509 and is currently a small...

Sinagoga de Santa María La Blanca

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Founded in 1203, Toledo's second synagogue is nearly two centuries older than the more elaborate Tránsito, just down the street. Santa...

Sinagoga del Tránsito

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Financed by Samuel Levi, this 14th-century rectangular synagogue is plain on the outside but spectacular on the inside, with walls embellished...

Teatro Liceo

  • Arts/Performance Venue

This 732-seat theater, 40 yards from Plaza Mayor, was renovated in 2002, but traces of the old 19th-century theater, built over an 18th-century...

Tren Medieval

  • Transportation Site (Airport, Bus, Ferry, Train)

Leaving from Madrid's Chamartín station, this delightful medieval-themed train service runs to Sigüenza mid-April–mid-November. The...


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Parts of the university's walls, like those of the cathedral and other structures in Salamanca, are covered with large ocher lettering...

Universidad Pontificia

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The ornate, towering complex of the university features a lovely baroque courtyard, but the highlight here is the early-16th-century...

Vera Cruz

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Made of local stone that's a warm orange color, this isolated Romanesque church, on the northern outskirts of town, off Cuesta de los...


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