Castile–Leon and Castile–La Mancha Sights

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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...

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 del Cordón

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Ferdinand and Isabella received Columbus in this palace after his second voyage to the New World (1496). It's now a bank, but you can...

Cathedral

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Start your tour of the city with the cathedral, which contains such a wealth of art and other treasures that the local burghers lynched...

Espolón

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The Arco de Santa María frames the city's loveliest promenade, the Espolón. Shaded with black poplars, it follows the riverbank. ...

Monasterio de Santa María La Real de Las Huelgas

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On the western edge of town, a 1½-km (1-mile) walk from the center—this convent, founded in 1187 by King Alfonso VIII, is still run...

Monastery of Santo Domingo de Silos

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For a sojourn with those masters of the Gregorian chant, head to the monastery where 1994's triple-platinum album Chant was recorded...

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