Well wortthe visit as city walls are intact and give a view of life as it was years ago. However many of the building's inside the wallshave been modernised
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Must see for all castle lovers. The wall has been completly preserved and partly been restructed. Absolutly plus is the possibility to walk on top of the walls and to see the sorounding areas from up high. The part close to the cathedral is quite...More
At 1100 meters above level, Avila is Spain's highest regional capital! Its walls are magnificent. They are a must see! Started in the 11 th century the walls are 3 meters thick and 12 meters high and have many lookout towers. It cost €3.50 each...More
Avila always surprizes , The town is well worth a visit and made even more enjoyable by the way its kept impeccably clean and tidy although parking can be a bit difficult .
About 70 miles northwest of Madrid is Avila, a medieval city. It was founded in the 11th century to protect the Spanish territories from the Moors... Avila has a magnificently preserved city wall. It's easy to walk along the wall and it's quite regal to...More
The walls are rightly designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. They are an amazing sight as you approach the ancient city. We arrived in Avila late in the afternoon and had no time to walk on the walls. But later our guide took us...More
The wall was beautifully renovated and the audio phone gave interesting information. Beautiful views of the city and the sights outside the wall. Both the cashier and security were very helpful, even spoke English. Recommend starting the tour close to the Parador and exit close...More