The capital of Spain is a cosmopolitan city that combines the most modern infrastructures and its status as an economic, financial, administrative and service center.
Its old town is the largest in Spain and one of the three largest in Europe along with those of Venice and Genoa, with 3.94 square kilometers, and its historical center one of the largest in Spain
Santiago de Compostela is an apparition of stone nested between the green forests of the Spanish Northwest and the nearby Galician estuaries.
Porto is a vibrant and fascinating city that is fast becoming one of the most valued tourist destinations in Europe.
Segovia has an exceptional monumental offer, which has allowed it to be recognized as a World Heritage city by UNESCO.
Segovia has abundant samples of different cultures and civilizations: Roman times, Romanesque or Gothic churches, Mudejar buildings ... As well as buildings of great beauty. But Segovia stands out for its three world-class gems: the Aqueduct, the Cathedral and the Alcazar.
ÁVILA is the town for heritage, history, art, gastronomy, festival, mysticism, culture and nature. ÁVILA is the mediaeval town of the three cultures, a World Heritage Site and a town on the Jewish Quarter Network. ÁVILA is a contemporary town that combines modernity,