Visit the Prado Museum, with paintings from Rembrandt, Velazquez, Goya and more. Tour to the Reina Sofia Museum, a contemporary art museum housing paintings of Salvador Dalí, Pablo Picasso and many other twentieth century artists.
Visit the monastery and the pantheon housing the tombs of the kings and queens of Spain. Visit the Valley of the Fallen, built by General Francisco Franco for the soldiers who died during the Spanish Civil War.
Tour the Monastery of San Juan de los Reyes, view El Transito medieval synagogue and the Museo Sefardi. Visit la Iglesia de Santo Tomé to see the famous Greco painting "El Entierro del Señor de Orgaz".
Visit the Spanish Civil War battle site that inspired Hemingway's For Whom the Bell Tolls. Travel King Carlos III's royal fishing and hunting grounds with magnificent mountain views, including a Roman bridge.
Visit two castles in the province of Segovia—Coca and Cuéllar or Turegano and the Pedraza castles. Tour one of the nearby wineries/bodegas and see the prehistoric caves in nearby Pradena.
Explore the eighteenth century palace, gardens and fountains and visit the Glass Museum with a glass blowing demonstration.
At Salamanca, tour the old and new cathedrals, visit the Universidad de Salamanca and the Colegios Mayores. Explore the Plaza Mayor and view the central monuments of the city. Visit la Casa Unamuno (the house of shells). At Ávila, visit the Murallas—ancient walls protecting the twelfth century city. Learn about the life of Saint Teresa of Ávila in the cathedral.
Visit Córdoba and see the "Mezquita", formerly the Grand Mosque and now a cathedral. Tour the Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos, the Jewish Quarter and other historical neighborhoods. In Granada, take a guided visit of the Alhambra. In Seville, visit the cathedral, the Plaza de España, Maria Luisa Park and the Reales Alcázares.