Mezquita de Cordoba
The Mezquita of Cordoba is a beautiful and fascinating 8th-century mosque that symbolizes the religious changes Cordoba has undergone over the centuries. It is now used as a cathedral.
Santiago de Compostela Cathedral
Medieval pilgrims walked for months to Santiago Cathedral, home of the relics of St. James. It has a Baroque facade and magnificent Romanesque portals.
La Sagrada Família
The Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família is a magnificent basilica designed by celebrated Art Nouveau architect Antoni Gaudi. It remains unfinished, with estimated completion in 2026.
Located atop a rugged mountain near Barcelona, this popular pilgrimage destination has attracted pilgrims since the 12th century, who come to venerate the miraculous Black Madonna.
Located in northwest Spain along the Camino de Santiago, León Cathedral was built in a French Gothic style in the 13th century.
Topped with a Mudejar tower, Santo Tomé is a chapel built to house El Greco's most famous painting, The Burial of Count Orgaz.
Monasterio de San Juan de los Reyes
This church was founded by Ferdinand and Isabella and it was where they originally planned to be buried. It includes an outstanding two-story cloister.
Sinagoga de Cordoba
Cordoba's synagogue was built in 1350. It is the only synagogue in Andalusia to survive the expulsion and inquisition of the Jews in 1492 and one of only three ancient synagogues left in Spain.