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15 Spanish cities that are UNESCO World Heritage Sites

29 November, 2023

Spain has had around fifty cultural and natural sites recognised by UNESCO since 1984. Among all these unique places, 15 cities stand out for their architecture, town planning, monuments, history and other unrepeatable features, which have been added to this exclusive list. It goes without saying that these are cities that are well worth a visit. And these are:

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  1. Alcalá de Henares. Madrid. Declared a Word Heritage Site in 1998

  2. Ávila. Castilla y León. 1985

  3. Baeza. Jaén, Andalusía. 2003

  4. Cáceres. Extremadura. 1986

  5. Córdoba. Andalusia. 1984

  6. Cuenca. Castilla-La Mancha. 1996

  7. Ibiza Vila. Ibiza, Baleares. 1999

  8. Mérida. Extremadura. 1993

  9. Salamanca. Castilla y León. 1988

  10. Santiago de Compostela. Galicia. 1985

  11. San Cristóbal de la Laguna. Tenerife, Canarias. 1999

  12. Segovia. Castilla y León. 1985

  13. Tarragona. Cataluña. 2000

  14. Toledo. Castilla-La Mancha. 1986

  15. Úbeda. Jaén, Andalusía. 2003