Are you looking for an inexpensive destination for your next getaway or for your Easter or summer vacations? Today we are going to help you find it! And then we are going to talk to you about the cheapest places in Spain according to trivago.es, which every year publishes the trivago Best Value Index , a ranking of the most recommended destinations in the world to travel in 2017, taking into account online reputation of the hotel plant and the cheapest average prices.
Specifically, today we want to talk to you about the 8 Spanish destinations that appear in the European ranking. As you can see for yourself below, you will find from popular cities to places with a lot of history and places declared a World Heritage Site. Would you like to join us?
Cangas de Onís
First of all, we must talk about Cangas de Onís, a council of Asturias that is not only the gateway to the Picos de Europa National Park, but also has some interesting monuments, such as the Roman bridge , one of its symbols. . It also stands out for the cave and basilica of Covadonga, which is 11 kilometers away.
Santillana del Mar
We continue in the north of Spain to tell you about Santillana del Mar, a town located on the northern route of the Camino de Santiago. It is a beautiful medieval town that was formed around the Collegiate Church of Santa María. Undoubtedly, it is one of the most important historical areas of the autonomous community of Cantabria.
Another place that appears in the ranking is Cuenca, a city in Castilla-La Mancha located between the gorges of the Júcar and Huécar rivers. Thanks to its monumental wealth, it has been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List . The Hanging Houses, the Cathedral and its cobbled streets stand out, as well as the Parador de Turismo de Cuenca.
We continue our tour of the cheapest cities in Spain to travel in 2017 in León, which is especially surprising for its cathedral , known as the Pulchra Leonina. Some consider it as the "Sistine Chapel" of the Spanish Romanesque. We must also highlight the old San Marcos Hospital and its incredible natural environment.
Santiago de Compostela
Santiago de Compostela, the capital of Galicia, is also present on this list. As you know, millions of people from all over the world come to this city every year, most of them after traveling the Camino de Santiago. We want to highlight its historic center, which has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO .
From Galicia we moved to Andalusia to tell you about Ronda, a town in Malaga that is especially surprising due to the 150-meter deep gorge that divides its urban center in two. You will love its old town, declared a Site of Cultural Interest, and the various bridges that connect the two halves.
We continue in Malaga to tell you about Nerja, which is located in the historic region of La Axarquía. It is a bright coastal town that stands out for its beautiful seafront formed by coves, beaches and cliffs. Of course, it is also worth visiting its historic center and, especially, the Balcón de Europa, a wonderful viewpoint over the sea.
Finally, we have to talk about Oviedo, which is home to a beautiful old town with a medieval flavor. Of all the corners that are worth visiting, we want to highlight the Fontán market, the pre-Romanesque fountain of La Foncalada and the Cathedral. Film director Woody Allen once said that "Oviedo is a delightful, exotic, beautiful, clean, pleasant, quiet and pedestrianized city."
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