Dach bazyliki Sagrada Familia w Barcelonie

Hiszpania jest trzecim krajem pod względem ilości miejsc wpisanych na listę Światowego Dziedzictwa UNESCO. Alhambra w Grenadzie (Andaluzja) jest natomiast jednym z tych miejsc, które każdy turysta musi odwiedzić przynajmniej raz w życiu.  

Jest to jednak tylko początek, gdyż znajdziesz tu zarówno budowle świeckie, takie jak akwedukt w Segowii i teatr rzymski w Meridzie, jak i zabytki religijne, takie jak katedra w Burgos i bazylika Sagrada Familia, której budowę zapoczątkował Gaudí w Barcelonie. Chcesz odkryć, jak malowali nasi przodkowie? Jeśli przyjedziesz do Hiszpanii, będziesz mógł się cofnąć nawet do prehistorii w miejscach takich jak jaskinie Altamira (Kantabria) i stanowisko archeologiczne Atapuerca (Burgos). Czy wyobrażasz sobie spacer po ogrodach Królewskiego Alcazaru w Sewilli lub Klasztoru El Escorial w Madrycie? A może wolisz poznać wyjątkowość jedynego w swoim rodzaju stylu mudejar? Jest w czym wybierać. Okrążenie rzymskich murów w Lugo, zwiedzenie Uniwersytetu w Alcalá de Henares, podziwianie Giełdy Jedwabiu w Walencji... niech inni Ci tego nie opowiadają, przyjedź sam odkryć te miejsca. 


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  • THE ART OF DRY STONE WALLING.

    Travel ideas, World Heritage | Intangible heritage

    …Dry stone walling is an international cultural phenomenon, consisting of building stone walls without mortar or any other materials. UNESCO has classified it as Intangible Cultural Heritage.   These dry stone structures …

  • Falconry, a living human heritage.

    Travel ideas, World Heritage | Intangible heritage

    …The UNESCO has awarded falconry the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity designation because it is a real social tradition that cares for the environment and that is passed on from generation to generation. This acti…

  • TAMBORRADAS (DRUM PARADES).

    Travel ideas, World Heritage | Intangible heritage

    …In some Spanish towns, the traditional fiestas include processions accompanied by drums (tambores). These events are called tamborradas and have been classified as Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO.   The tamborrada…

  • The healthiest flavours: the Mediterranean diet.

    Travel ideas, World Heritage | Intangible heritage

    …Enjoy food in a healthy way. This is the first proposal in the Mediterranean diet, which was awarded the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage designation. Based on the consumption of olive oil, vegetables and fresh season…

  • "Castells".

    Travel ideas, World Heritage | Intangible heritage

    …(Catalonia) The "castells" (human castles) have been awarded the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity designation. They are a very popular and spectacular event, typical of Catalan culture, in which impressive…

  • The "Silbo Gomero" (Whistled language).

    Travel ideas, World Heritage | Intangible heritage

    …La Gomera. (Canary Islands) A unique whistled language in the world, fully developed and practised by a large community (more than 22,000 people). It was awarded the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity design…

  • Irrigators' tribunals of the Spanish Mediterranean coast: the Council of Wise Men of the Plain of Murcia and the Water Tribunal of the Plain of Valencia.

    Travel ideas, World Heritage | Intangible heritage

    …Both tribunals were awarded the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity designation in 2009 because they are legal water management institutions introduced by tradition and which are still used today, since the t…

  • Flamenco.

    Travel ideas, World Heritage | Intangible heritage

    …Flamenco is a form of popular artistic expression representing a long-standing tradition that appears on the UNESCO’s list of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. This art form combines vocal music, dance and musica…

  • Cordoba. Córdoba.

    Tourist destinations, World Heritage | Cultural Heritage

    …Córdoba. Cordoba. (Andalusia) http://www.turismodecordoba.org/. Cordoba is situated in the interior of Andalusia where past and modernity blend in together. This thousand-year-old city, which has the World Heritage desig…

  • Santiago de Compostela.

    Tourist destinations, World Heritage | Cultural Heritage

    Santiago de Compostela. A Coruña. (Galicia) http://www.santiagoturismo.com/. Discover Santiago de Compostela, the capital of the Region of Galicia. Millions of people from all over the world come to this city every year,…

  • Salamanca.

    Tourist destinations, World Heritage | Cultural Heritage

    Salamanca. (Castilla y Leon) http://www.salamanca.es/es/. Salamanca is in the central area of Spain, 212 kilometres from the capital, Madrid. Universal, magnificent, wise, young and golden: this city is an inland destina…

  • Aranjuez.

    Tourist destinations, World Heritage | Cultural Heritage

    Aranjuez. Madrid. (Madrid Region) An old quarter which is a Historic-Artistic Site, royal palaces, and gardens on the banks of the Tagus form the layout of Aranjuez. The ideas of the Enlightenment, adapted to the urban d…

  • Ávila.

    Tourist destinations, World Heritage | Cultural Heritage

    Ávila. (Castilla y Leon) Sheltered by the Sierra Gredos Mountains we find Ávila, a World Heritage City. Behind the city walls of this Castile-Leon capital there is a valuable set of churches and Renaissance palaces that …

  • Cáceres.

    Tourist destinations, World Heritage | Cultural Heritage

    Cáceres. (Extremadura) www.turismocaceres.org. More than ten towers dominate the historic quarter of Caceres, delimited by Arab walls. Cobbled streets marked by medieval, fortified homes and Renaissance palaces make up t…

  • Ibiza.

    Tourist destinations, World Heritage | Cultural Heritage

    …Eivissa. (Balearic Islands) A Phoenician-Punic settlement during ancient times, Ibiza contains within its Renaissance walls an interesting legacy from all the different cultures that populated it. This artistic wealth is…

  • Segovia.

    Tourist destinations, World Heritage | Cultural Heritage

    Segovia. (Castilla y Leon) Segovia, the old quarter of which, along with its Roman aqueduct, are World Heritage Sites, lies on high ground between the Eresma and Clamores Rivers. In addition to its famous aqueduct, numer…

  • Toledo.

    Tourist destinations, World Heritage | Cultural Heritage

    Toledo. (Castilla-La Mancha) Toledo is one of the Spanish cities with the greatest wealth of monuments. Known as the “city of the three cultures”, because Christians, Arabs and Jews lived together there for centuries, be…

  • Úbeda.

    Tourist destinations, World Heritage | Cultural Heritage

    Úbeda. Jaén. (Andalusia) Known as the capital of the Andalusian Renaissance, this city in the province of Jaén stands on a hill near the valley of the Alto Guadalquivir, in the county of La Loma. Its old town, declared a…

  • Alcalá de Henares.

    Tourist destinations, World Heritage | Cultural Heritage

    Alcalá de Henares. Madrid. (Madrid Region) This town near Madrid, birthplace of the illustrious Miguel de Cervantes, author of “Don Quixote”, and home to one of the most prestigious universities in Spain, has been declar…

  • Baeza.

    Tourist destinations, World Heritage | Cultural Heritage

    Baeza. Jaén. (Andalusia) http://turismo.baeza.net/Baeza%20-%20Ciudad%20Digital.htm. This town in the province of Jaen stands on a little promontory, dominating a landscape of olive trees, in the centre of the county of L…

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