The World Heritage Cities in Spain -the spanish group of world heritage cities are made up of eight centres.
The World Heritage Cities in Spain are the perfect holiday destination for the culturally inclined. Avila , Caceres , Cordoba , Cuenca , Salamanca , Santiago de Compostela, Segovia and Toledo have been adjudged to be placed among the league of cities that are considered to possess historical and cultural importance and does not belong to one single nation, but should be open to entire humanity.
Avila The ancient city walls of Avila are constructed of brown granite, and surmounted by a breastwork, with eighty-eight towers and nine gateways,
Caceres There have been settlements near Caceres since prehistoric times. Evidence of this can be found in the caves of Maltravieso and El Conejar. The city was founded by the Romans in 25 BC.
Cordoba The former mosque with a Christian cathedral built in its middle is considered a "site of world heritage". Inside it is still decorated with a large number of arches
Cuenca A beautiful and ancient city.. It is famous for its casas colgantes or ("hanging house") on the edge of the gorge of the river Huecar.
Salamanca A great part of the city's life is influenced by the University, which was founded in 1212 and is the second oldest of the world.
Santiago de Compostela Santiago is an important pilgrimage destination as it is considered the burial site of the apostle James the Great
Segovia The old city is spectacularly situated atop a long, narrow promontory. It contains a wealth of monuments,
Toledo It was declared a World Heritage Site , due to its extensive cultural and monumental heritage as one of the former capitals of the Spanish Empire