If a Spaniard thinks of León, the first thing that comes to their mind is the Cathedral, the best example of French Gothic in the country. This monument is the cornerstone of the town’s impressive monumental heritage. Furthermore, León is a key step on the Way of St. James, named a UNESCO's World Heritage Site.
For centuries Medina del Campo could have been compared to Wall Street in the kingdom of Castile. Cloths, silks, silver, jewellery ... the most valuable European products and art masterpieces were marketed at the fairs of Medina from the 15th century until the 18th.
Palencia was a Roman town and housed a wealthy bishop estate in the Middle Ages. It was home to the first university in Spain, created by king Alfonso VIII in 1212. Although it lasted a few years, the record always remains... We offer a Guided tour of the cathedral and the closer San Pablo church, followed by a walk along the Main street and the historic centre to discover the main monuments, cosy corners and curiosities of the town.
São João da Madeira has an original and attractive offer of Industrial Tourism, unparalleled in the whole of Portugal. The visit of the local factories, industrial museums and sites provides an accurate insight of some of the most emblematic leading products of Made in Portugal: shoes, hats and textiles.
A combination of know-how and living art made in Segovia, industrial architecture steeped in history and in a fresh and relaxing natural environment, dominated by water and constant greenery, in the shadow of the monumental city and its walls.
Tordesillas has been the setting of some outstanding events in the history of Spain. In this town Spain and Portugal signed a treaty to divide the world between both countries; queen Joanna the Mad lived for almost fifty years in a small palace next to Santa Clara medieval monastery, a former medieval palace that is one of the milestones of the Arab style in Spain.