Ávila, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985, has one of the best preserved wall in the world, its hallmark. It combines heritage, history, art, gastronomy, celebration, mysticism, culture and nature to offer the visitor an enriching stay in the city. Walls, houses, palaces, temples and convents among others, make up the rich artistic heritage of the city as a result of its historical past led by the coexistence of the three cultures: the Christian, the Jewish and the Muslim.

Visitors who come to Ávila should observe the city at different times of the day because its architecture takes different nuances with the variation of light.

As the Spanish writer Camilo José Cela said, it is “the Spanish city closest to heaven”, since it is the highest capital of Spain (1128 m).

Its gastronomy has its own seal with international recognition, especially the “Chuletón” of Ávila and their famous “Yemas” of Santa Teresa.

This city will not leave you indifferent.