Defined by the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, Spain dominates the Iberian Peninsula. This collection of galleries will soon present the major landmarks in a dozen of the country’s popular cities. Once you have taken this pictorial tour, you will want to visit them all.
37 imagesSince 200 BC, Romans, Visigoths, Muslims and Christians have ruled and shaped Córdoba. Come see why the historic section of this Andalusian city in southern Spain has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
50 imagesMadrid is so large it may seem intimidating to explore. However, the main historic attractions are fairly concentrated in the city center. So strap on good walking shoes and enjoy the sites of Spain’s capital city.
33 imagesFounded in the 9th century B.C., Ronda is a historical and visual gem of Andalusia. Its Old Town, encircled by Arab walls, reflects the Moorish occupation followed by a Christian conversion. The New Town mirrors a recent past immortalized by Earnest Hemingway. Between them is an enormous gorge with spectacular views of the valley below.
36 imagesToledo’s designation as a UNESCO World Heritage Site is richly deserved. Within its medieval walls is a treasure trove of landmarks reflecting its Roman, Visigoth and Arab occupations. You will learn about its zenith as the former capital of Castile plus see where the early days of the Spanish Civil War were fought in 1936.