Castile–Leon and Castile–La Mancha Sights

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Acueducto Romano

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Segovia's Roman aqueduct ranks with the Pont du Gard in France as one of the greatest surviving examples of Roman engineering, and it's...


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Originally a Moorish citadel ( alcázar is Arabic for "fortress") and occupied from the 10th century until the Reconquest, Toledo's...


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Possibly dating from Roman times, this castle was considerably expanded in the 14th century, remodeled in the 15th, altered again toward...

Antiguo Convento de San Marcos

  • Museum/Gallery

Fronted by a large, airy pedestrian plaza, this sumptuous building is now a luxury hotel, the Parador de León. Originally a home for...

Arco de Santa María

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Across the Plaza del Rey San Fernando from the cathedral, this is the city's main gate; walk through toward the river and look above...

Basílica de San Vicente

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North of Ávila's cathedral, this much-venerated Romanesque basilica was founded on the supposed site where St. Vincent was martyred...

Calle del Comercio

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Near Plaza de Zocodover, this is the town's narrow and busy pedestrian thoroughfare. It's lined with bars and shops and shaded in summer...

Capilla di Mosén Rubí

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Renaissance stained glass by Nicolás de Holanda illuminates this elegant chapel (circa 1516). An excellent example of late Gothic and...

Cartuja de Miraflores

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Founded in 1441, this is an old Gothic monastery, the outside of which is rather plain. Inside, however, is a mass of rich decoration.

Casa de Botines

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Just south of the old town, this multigabled, turreted, granite behemoth was designed in the late 1800s by the world-famous Catalan architect...