Córdoba

The Town Cordoba is the third most populous city in Spain’s largest autonomous community, Andalusia. This city had great importance in ancient times since it was a prominent population in the time of the Roman Empire and it was the capital of the Caliphate of Cordoba in the Muslim era. It is known that Cordoba…

Salamanca

The Town The old town of Salamanca was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988. In the UNESCO declaration was joined to the old town seven more areas that are located on its periphery (the College of the Irish, the church of San Marcos, the church of Sancti Spiritus, the convent of Las Claras,…

Santiago de Compostela

The Town Santiago de Compostela is the destination of the Camino de Santiago that is a European pilgrimage route that has its origins in the Middle Ages when pilgrims began to walk to Santiago de Compostela to visit the tomb of the Apostle Santiago. The city is not very large (it does not reach 100,000…