As we generally opt to go south, the north and center of Spain are our least known areas.
Burgos was a brief stop in a long trip in 1971.
I passed there several more times, never leaving the main road.
So what do I remember from town?
If I didn’t keep a couple of bad photos of the cathedral not even that beauty I would remember
Salamanca is one of the top 10 cities in Spain (as a matter of fact, for me is one of top 3, with Seville and San Sebastian, but that is by subjective reasons, don’t mention to any Spanish, they may be offended – Madrid and Barcelona for them, of course!).
The historic center is a must, especially the university.
And if you have the chance to assist a student serenade, as I did…
La Granja de San Ildefonso
Segovia is a wonderful town, with plenty on interesting details concentrated in a small area, thus becoming easy to visit.
Aqueduct, Alcazar and the cathedral ar absolute must see monuments, but all the city is attractive, and suckling pig is an additional reason to call the visitors