The social program includes an excursion to Segovia, Tuesday, July 25th, and a Conference Banquet, Thursday, July 27th
It is famous for its well-preserved roman aqueduct, which is 16 km long. Home of some of the kings of Castile, this city preserves one of the most important medieval group of buildings in Spain.
Due to its elegance, the Cathedral of Segovia is considered to be “the Lady of the Cathedrals”, and the Alcazar is the most spectacular castle in the country. We will see the Aqueduct, the Cathedral and the Alcazar.
DESCRIPTION: Discover the “City of the Three Cultures”! Located 70 km away from Madrid is Toledo, a beautiful city-museum declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It is one of the oldest towns in Europe and has a great artistic beauty and buildings from almost all periods in history (Arabian, Gothic, Mudejar, Renaissance and Baroque style). Toledo is called the “City of the Three Cultures”, since Christians, Muslims and Jews lived together. In the XVI century, it was also the place of residence of the great painter El Greco.
Avila, it is a city that preserves the most ancient and complete fortified complex in Spain (XI century). Its 2500 m wall and its 90 fortified towers surround the old city, which houses great part of its monumental treasure including a large number of Romanesque style churches, gothic palaces and a fortified cathedral of the XII century.
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