A Journey Across Spains’ World Heritage Cities


Cáceres is home to towers, palaces, squares and churches. The city’s stone architecture can be enjoyed as you drive along the streets. Cáceres was recognised as the Gastronomic Capital of Spain in 2015.


The International Classical Theatre Festival

Mérida is testament to a splendid Roman past, home to beautifully preserved archaeological monuments. The International Classical Theatre Festival takes place here in the summer.


The Roman Bridge of Córdoba

The sights here span 2,000 years – visit the Mosque-Cathedral, the Jewish Quarter, the Roman Bridge, and the Álcazar of the Christian Kings. The fragrance of geraniums and orange blossom will follow you across the city.

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