Path of the Conquerors
Day 01.- Madrid - Toledo
Day 02.- Toledo - Guadalupe
During our visit we will pass the gothic cathedral to which the most influential Bishop of Spain belongs. In the cathedral there is an impressive collection of portraits painted by Domenico Theatopoulos, better known as "El Greco", who spent much of his life in Toledo. You can visit the cathedral on your own. We will also pass the Church of Santo Tomé, where El Greco's masterpiece, “The Burial of the Count of Orgaz”, is located.
Finally, we will pass the synagogue of Santa María la Blanca, before leaving for the Guadalupe Monastery, which has had so much connection and influence in America. Dinner and accommodation.
Day 03.- Guadalupe - Trujillo - Merida
We will continue to the ancient capital of the Roman province of Lusitania, Mérida, where we will stay.
Day 04.- Merida - Caceres
In the afternoon we will go to Cáceres, which, like Mérida and Trujillo, is considered a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. We will visit the old part of the city, which has a large number of buildings with a close connection to the discovery and conquest of America. Dinner and accommodation.
Day 05.- Caceres - Plasencia - Guijuelo - Salamanca
In the afternoon we will visit a Guijuelo ham dryer. It should be noted that 60% of the production of the Spanish production of Iberian ham belongs to the DO Jamón de Guijuelo.
We end the day in Salamanca, also considered a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. At night we can enjoy the wonderful atmosphere of Plaza Mayor, considered the most beautiful square in Spain.
Day 06.- Salamanca - Avila - Madrid
In the afternoon we go to Ávila, which we will visit first with an exterior panoramic view to see the imposing medieval walls, and then take a tour of the interior of the wall, where we can visit the cathedral and the House of Santa Teresa de Jesús.
We end the day in Madrid, where we will stay.
Day 07.- Madrid
In the afternoon we will visit the Royal Palace and the Prado Museum.