Ávila was home to Jews, Muslims and Christians, and each community made its mark on the city’s rich cultural heritage. Traces left by the Jewish presence in the city throughout the Middle Ages include a number of synagogues and the Jewish cemetery, amongst others. Visitors are also strongly recommended to call in at the Basilica of San Vicente and admire its wealth of detail.
This route around the city will reveal the sites and corners reminiscent of a community that played a major role in Ávila’s history.
This route includes the following sites of interest: the Basilica of San Vicente, the Church of San Pedro, the Chapel of Nuestra Señora de las Nieves, Santa Teresa Square or the Main Marketplace, the Four Posts, the Chapel of the Convent of Mosén Rubí, the Church of Todos los Santos, the Monastery of La Encarnación, the Chapel of Nuestra Señora de las Nieves and the Moshé de León Garden.