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  • Scenes from a novel.

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    …(Castile-La Mancha) There is one place in Spain which is famous all over the world, thanks to literature: La Mancha. And it’s all because of Miguel de Cervantes and his immortal knight Don Quixote. But this is not the on…

  • Craft trips in Castile-La Mancha.

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    …(Castile-La Mancha) Discover the work of artisans in Castile-La Mancha. You will be able to visit many workshops where you will see at first hand, for example, how clay is moulded, how fabric is embroidered or how wicker…

  • A gourmet menu in Spain's Heritage Cities.

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    …We suggest you start with Iberian cured ham, gazpacho and Manchego cheese; then continue with dishes such as roast suckling pig served with fresh vegetables sautéed with olive oil, or some quality seafood. And for desser…

  • Step by step on the streets of Toledo.

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    …Toledo. (Castile-La Mancha) Toledo is a perfect city for strolling. To appreciate it in all its glory, you need to take your time, to walk unhurriedly, because everything you will see in the historic quarter, a UNESCO Wo…

  • A route through Spain's medieval towns and cities.

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    …Here we suggest a route in Spain which is original and unconventional, but very interesting and attractive: it runs through our medieval towns and villages. The itinerary covers close to 1,500 kilometres across Spain fro…

  • Toledo, a museum waiting to be discovered.

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    …Toledo. (Castile-La Mancha) Standing on a promontory over the River Tagus, the historic city of Toledo awaits you. Its old town, with over a hundred monuments representing nearly all the artistic styles, is a unique "urb…

  • One day in Toledo.

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    …Toledo. (Castile-La Mancha) One day in Toledo always feels like too little. The famous “city of the three cultures” awaits us very near Spain’s capital city, barely 70 kilometres from Madrid. One of the reasons its histo…

  • Roman towns in Spain: a journey to the past.

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    …Learn about life in Spain during the Roman Empire by visiting the Roman towns. There are numerous archaeological sites throughout the country. All you have to do is choose an area. Go back to the times of the gladiators …

  • Castile-La Mancha, an adventure for your children.

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    …(Castile-La Mancha) Are you looking for a holiday where you can enjoy your children? What's more, what if it were the type of holiday they dream of? It would be an unforgettable trip for the whole family. Would you like …

  • Castile-La Mancha: a journey into the past.

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    …(Castile-La Mancha) Imagine an original cultural visit. Imagine a place where you can see archaeological remains from the beginning of the Middle Ages, the Roman Empire and the Bronze Age. Sound interesting? Then don't t…

  • Unique cities.

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    …They are an important part of Spain’s contribution to universal culture. They are World Heritage Cities. A tour of these cities is a good way to discover Spain’s history, artistic wealth and popular traditions. Each and …

  • Spanish World Heritage Cities – the privilege of history.

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    …Spain has a lot to offer, and this is something officially endorsed by UNESCO: Spain is the country with the third greatest number of World Heritage sites. In order to receive this privileged designation, a site must hav…

  • The Mudejar, a genuinely Spanish art.

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    …Anyone interested in really understanding Spain, marvelling at its turbulent history and experiencing the rich diversity of its culture should make a point of learning about Mudejar art. This art, unique in the world, is…

  • Golf in Spain's World Heritage Cities.

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    …Fifteen unique cities and golf courses to enjoy. Spain's World Heritage Cities are a good alternative when it comes to planning a golfing holiday. You can enjoy your favourite sport and also discover monuments that will …

  • Spain's main squares.

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    …The Plaza Mayor is the “living room” for Spain's towns and cities. They are majestic, welcoming places, overflowing with life. When you discover them you will see that their special architecture sets them apart from othe…

  • Paradors: an unforgettable stay.

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    …Would you like to visit cities with stunning cultural heritage and sleep in fantasy settings? Come and make this dream come true, staying at Parador Hotels in Spain's World Heritage Cities. It is an irresistible idea, a …

  • El Greco, "the Greek from Toledo".

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    …Toledo. (Castile-La Mancha) Who was El Greco? Without question, one of the most universal artists in history. A pioneer in his time, whose paintings revealed an astonishing modernity and came to influence the avant-garde…

  • All the charm of Toledo in your suitcase.

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    …Toledo. (Castile-La Mancha) Swords, damascene work, ceramics, leather articles, embroidery… In Toledo you won’t have any trouble choosing a present. All over the historic centre you’ll find an array of shops and business…

  • Travel back to the Middle Ages with the Castles of La Mancha.

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    …(Castile-La Mancha) Here we suggest a journey into the Middle Ages in the land of famous knight Don Quixote. Castile-La Mancha is in inland Spain, and is the ideal place to travel back in time and discover castles that w…


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