Castile–Leon and Castile–La Mancha

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  • 1. Acueducto Romano

    Ruins

    Segovia's Roman aqueduct is one of the greatest surviving examples of Roman engineering and the city's main sight. Stretching from the walls...Read More

  • 2. Alcázar

    It's widely believed that the Walt Disney logo is modeled after the silhouette of this castle, whose crenellated towers appear to have been carved out...Read More

  • 3. Catedrals Vieja and Nueva

    Nearest the river stands the Catedral Vieja (Old Cathedral), built in the late 12th century and one of the most riveting examples of the Spanish...Read More

  • 4. Cathedral

    One of the most impressive structures in all of Spain, this is a must-see on any visit to the city. The elaborate structure owes its...Read More

  • 5. El Escorial

    A UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Spain's most visited landmarks, the imposing Monastery and Real Sitio de San Lorenzo de El Escorial (or...Read More

  • 6. Ermita de San Frutos

    This 11th-century hermitage is in ruins, but its location, on a peninsula jutting out into a bend 100 meters above the Duratón River, is extraordinary....Read More

  • 7. Plaza Mayor

    Built in the 1730s by Alberto and Nicolás Churriguera, Salamanca's Plaza Mayor is one of the largest and most beautiful squares in Spain. The lavishly...Read More

  • 8. Alcázar

    Originally a Moorish citadel (al-qasr is Arabic for "fortress") and occupied from the 10th century until the Reconquest, Toledo's alcázar is on a hill just...Read More

  • 9. Antiguo Convento de San Marcos

    Originally a home for knights of the Order of St. James, who patrolled the Camino de Santiago, this monastery was begun in 1513 by the...Read More

  • 10. Basílica de San Vicente

    Where this Romanesque basilica stands, it's said that St. Vincent was martyred in 303 AD with his sisters, Sts. Sabina and Cristeta. Construction began in...Read More

  • 11. Calle del Comercio

    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 by awnings....Read More

  • 12. Casa de los Deanes

    This 15th-century building houses the cheerful Museo Provincial de Ávila, full of local archaeology and folklore. Part of the museum's collection is housed in the...Read More

  • 13. Castillo de Coca

    Perhaps the most famous medieval sight near Segovia—worth the 52 km (32-mile) detour northwest of the city en route to Ávila or Valladolid—is the Castillo...Read More

  • 14. Castillo de Sigüenza

    This enchanting castle overlooking wild, hilly countryside from above Sigüenza is now a parador. Nonguests can visit the dining room and common areas. The structure...Read More

  • 15. Catedral de Cuenca

    This cathedral looms large and casts an enormous shadow in the evening throughout the adjacent Plaza Mayor. Built during the Gothic era in the 12th...Read More

  • 16. Catedral de Sigüenza

    Begun around 1150 and completed in the 16th century, Sigüenza's cathedral combines architecture from the Romanesque period to the Renaissance. Ask the sacristan (the officer...Read More

  • 17. Convento de Las Úrsulas

    Archbishop Alonso de Fonseca I lies here, in this splendid Gothic-style marble tomb created by Diego de Siloe during the early 1500s on the outskirts...Read More

  • 18. Convento de San José

    A cluster of houses joined together, the convent was founded in the late 16th century by St. Teresa of Ávila and is still in use....Read More

  • 19. Convento de Santa Teresa

    This Carmelite convent was founded in the 17th century on the site of the St. Teresa's birthplace. Teresa's account of an ecstatic vision, in which...Read More

  • 20. Convento de Santo Domingo el Antiguo

    This 16th-century Cistercian convent houses the earliest of El Greco's Toledo paintings as well as the crypt where the artist is believed to be buried....Read More

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