Strolling through Asturias, the very appealing reading about this city invited a detour and a quick visit. Great idea, the city really has a special charm.
Plaza de España
A large and beautiful square where the city hall building and the Ferrera Palace, today transformed into a luxury hotel stand out.
Being the tourist center of the city, there is no lack of restaurants and terraces.
One of the oldest churches in Avilés (very visible, the age), of the Franciscan order, has buried Pedro Menendez, who in 1565 founded, in Florida, St. Augustine, America’s first city.
The most traditional street in the city is also the liveliest.
Keeping the traditional image with details that go back to the 16th century, it is the point of convergence for tourists, with many services available.
Built in 1909, this beautiful example of Art Nouveau is now home to the Municipal Music Conservatory.
Contrasting with the very traditional feel of the city, this complex displays modern and bold architecture. It is a cultural center designed by the famous Brazilian architect, valuing the landscape on the river.
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