Lugo is a Spanish city located in the autonomous community of Galicia. With almost 100,000 inhabitants, it is one of the richest and most historic towns in the entire peninsula, dating back to Roman times. Do you want to visit this town? Well, we are going to tell you more about it, the interesting history it hides and its most emblematic places.
Touring Granada documented its centuries-old history of reigns and cultural monuments will be a unique experience. Granada is the first Spanish-speaking city listed as a City of Literature by UNESCO, an institution that designated three of its historical sites as World Heritage Sites: The Alhambra, the Generalife garden and the Albaicín neighborhood. Are you wondering what to see in Granada during a day visit so you never forget it?
Walk around the Mosque of Cordoba listening to the history of each of its corners, so as not to miss any detail in your visit to one of the most visited monuments in Spain, located in a unique enclave, as is the heritage of Cordoba.