Avila, historic city of Spain, with its magnificent XII century walls. The city is the birthplace of St. Teresa of Jesus. We visit the outskirts of the Cathedral, “Plaza Mayor” or “Mercado Chico”, “Plaza de San Juan de la Cruz”, and the interiors of the Romanesque Basilica of San Vicente, the Church of San Juan Bautista and the Convent of Santa Teresa de Jesus. Afterwards we will head to Segovia, rich in historical monuments, highlighting its majestic Roman Aqueduct. We visit the interiors of the Gothic Cathedral, and the XII Century Alcazar, spectacular fortified building. Both cities, Avila and Segovia, have been declared World Heritage. The lunch is taken in Segovia.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Basilica de San Vicente, Avila, Province of Avila, Castile and LeonRomanesque Basilica, where the Cenotaph of the Santos Hermanos Mártires is located, is one of the most outstanding works of Romanesque sculpture in Spain,Duration: 15 minutesPass By: Plaza Mayor, Avila, Province of Avila, Castile and LeonAvila, historic city of Spain, we visit the outskirts of the Cathedral, “Plaza Mayor” or “Mercado Chico” and “Plaza de San Juan de la Cruz”.Stop At: Cathedral of Segovia, Segovia, Province of Segovia, Castile and LeonCathedral built between the XVI and XVIII centuries, is the last Gothic cathedral of Spain with some Renaissance featuresDuration: 20 minutesPass By: Acueduct of Segovia, Segovia, Province of Segovia, Castile and LeonIt is a Roman aqueduct that carried waters to the Spanish city of Segovia. Its construction dates from the early II D. C., at the end of the reign of Emperor Trajan.