Top 5 Jewels of Spain

This tour has been designed for all lovers of Gothic and Romanesque architecture. You will visit the cities that house the most valuable and representative jewels of these styles in Spain. A captivating journey to enjoy with all five senses.


Known as the City of Three Cultures City, this place treasures a rich history of coexistence between Christians, Arabs and Jews. Stroll through its charming cobblestone streets to discover each of its jewels.

Toledo Cathedral is a magnificent example of Spanish Gothic architecture with its impressive façade and exquisite stained glass windows. The Nasrid Palaces and the Alcazar complete this first stop, each representing a different era and architectural style.

Continue on to the Synagogue of Santa Maria La Blanca, a former Jewish temple converted into a Mudejar architectural jewel.

The Monastery of San Juan de los Reyes is another of the jewels of this city, a beautiful Gothic building with intricate details in its cloisters.

This city breathes art and knowledge. Admire the University of Salamanca, one of the oldest in Europe. Explore its plateresque façade that surprises every traveler and pass through its doors to find its imposing Staircase of Honor.

In the New Cathedral and the Old Cathedral, you will find two impressive examples of Gothic and Renaissance architecture.

The Plaza Mayor is another of the city’s landmarks and an excellent place to enjoy the vibrant student atmosphere.



Burgos is a city that invites you to immerse yourself in history and architecture, offering an enriching experience for lovers of culture and heritage.

The Cathedral of Burgos is the great masterpiece of Spanish Gothic architecture. A true architectural jewel and one of the most impressive monuments in Spain. Its tall and elegant spires, its labyrinthine chapels and its impressive facade make this cathedral a must on this tour.

The Cistercian Monastery of Las Huelgas houses a beautiful Gothic church. Its high vaulted ceilings and architectural details reflect the skill of the medieval builders. In addition, in some parts of the monastery, Mudejar influences can be seen in the architecture, reflecting the cultural exchange between the different communities in the Middle Ages.

Another must on this trip is the Cartuja de Miraflores. It is a Carthusian monastery with beautiful Gothic and Renaissance architecture. The altarpiece by Gil de Siloé in its church is a masterpiece of sculptural art.

Finally, take a leisurely stroll through the gardens of this town and enjoy local life in the Plaza Mayor, surrounded by historic buildings and restaurants.

This city keeps inside arquetectonic styles totally opposite, such as Gothic and Romanesque.

Its cathedral is another of the great Gothic representations in our country, and is especially renowned for its beautiful stained glass windows.

Enter the magnificent Basilica of San Isidoro, an authentic architectural jewel that captivates with its fusion of Romanesque and Gothic elements. One of the most outstanding treasures residing inside is the Pantheon of the Kings, a final resting place for several monarchs and figures of the nobility. Its atmosphere transports you through time and art, as you explore its nooks and crannies full of details and symbolism.

Enjoy its most exquisite Leonese gastronomy in the Barrio Húmedo. An intersection of streets, famous for its bars and restaurants offering tapas and traditional dishes.



This city surprises its visitors with its imposing Roman aqueduct crossing its historic center. When you get there, you will understand why this impressive monument has been declared a World Heritage Site.

The Cathedral of Segovia has a late Gothic style, which begins to be framed with some Renaissance features.

You will continue your visit with the Alcazar, a fortress that will dazzle you with its combination of Gothic, Renaissance and Romanesque elements.

You cannot leave this city without tasting its typical dish: roast suckling pig. It has a whole ritual when it is served, did you know that it is split with a plate?

And of course you can’t miss the Church of San Esteban, a late Gothic jewel with an impressive tower.

Complete your stay with a visit to the surroundings of Segovia, the Palace of La Granja or a hiking route through the Natural Reserve of Hoces del Duratón.



Tour Director

Accompanying the group at all times.
By request.

Professional tour guides

The tours in the cities will be carried out by expert guides that will make the experience wonderful.

Tickets to all excursions included

All tickets to excursions, monuments and museums will be reserved in advance and included in the price.


Accommodation in 3-star hotels with breakfast and transportation between cities, to and from the airport included in all our tours.


24 hour emergency services. In case of any problems we have staff on site to assist you at any time.