Trujillo is one of the main tourist attractions of Extremadura due to its monumental architectural complex. The monumental set is officially a cultural heritage since 1962 and the town is a tourist asset not only because of its historical importance but also due to its geographical location, natural environment and gastronomy. In this article we will learn what to see in Trujillo, the cradle of the Spanish conquerors.
What to do in Delhi – The magic capital of the chaos
In this article we will share with you what to do in Delhi, the magical capital of chaos, out of our experience.
Jama Masjid in Delhi – The muslim gem in India
Jama Masjid in Delhi is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of the biggest mosques in India. Each year, millions of people visit Jama Masjid to experience its spiritual energy.
Qué hacer en Ras Al Khaimah – El emirato del Norte
Descubre en este artículo qué hacer en Ras Al Khaimah en un agradable día de visita o de vacaciones en este emirato de EAU.
What to do in Ras Al Khaimah – The emirate of the North
Ras Al Khaimah is a contrasting Emirate and an interesting tourist destination. Discover in this article what to do in Ras Al Khaimah on a nice day visit or vacation.
Ávila: Probably the best ramparts of the world
Have you ever got the feeling of admiring the best ramparts of the world? This is exactly what Ávila is providing. Yes, yes, the Great Wall of China is a bit bigger. But a panoramic view of Ávila from a strategic point offers a complete view of a Medieval city all surrounded by amazing walls. That is to admire not just a piece of an awesome construction but to spot a complete episode of history itself.
Vall de Boí – The route of the UNESCO World Heritage Catalan Romanesque Churches
We propose here the UNESCO World Heritage route in Vall de Boí, along the Catalan Romanesque Churches included in UNESCO World Heritage List on 30th November 2000. According to UNESCO’s criteria, this set of churches of the Catalan Pyrenees shows significant developments in Romanesque art and architecture and testifies to profound cultural interchange across medieval …
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