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We visited on a Thursday so neither church was open to visitors. Still the square itself is absolutely charming and many of the surrounding residential buildings are in the process of being restored.
I dropped into this quiet little rural town almost by accident. Speeding along the motorway, I seemed to recognise the name Arevalo and then I remembered. This was the place where Isabella of Castile, or Isabel la Catolica as she is known in her native...More
Isobel la Catolica and I both lived in this wonderful medieval square. Barely modified over the centuries it is a quiet corner of a beautiful village (now a town, I suppose). There's a baker in the corner that roasts suckling pigs then makes the most...More
If you are interested in history this is a historical place to visit as it is where Isabel the Catholic lived as a child, although the original palace is long gone now.
This is a beautiful, bustling, busy town square. The shops are well worth...More