I’m not going to tell you about its incredible history, you have Wikipedia for that. I’m not going to tell you that it’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site (well,.. I just told you), or that King Alfonso VI of Castilla ordered their
It's an emblematic spot of Avila. Outside of the city, on a hill near the Adaja River, you'll find this monument consisting of four columns and a central cross, but best part is the views of the city from there.
The "City of Saints and Stones" is considered by many experts as one of the best preserved medieval walled cities in the world. The "city of 3 cultures" houses the wall, one of the best preserved in Spain and a symbol of the city,
The Puerta del Alcázar, you could say, is the main and most important door in the walls of Avila. It is very easy to identify and locate as there is no other door that is accompanied by two large towers joined by a kind of footbridge.
The Royal Monastery of Santa Ana was a Cistercian convent that has since been converted into a building that houses representatives of the regional government. While it is basically a functioning office-place these days, you can still