Routes of the Spanish network of Castles and Palaces.

You can find several routes all along the network of Castles and Palaces of Spain. Every route is surrounded by a topic or story, making easier to define and prepare your own trip arround Spain.

¡Choose your route and enjoy the experience!

Following in the steps of El Cid Campeador (II): in Valencia and Alicante

By David Nogales Rincón, Professor of Medieval History at the Autonomous University of Madrid[...]

Pedro I the Cruel (III). Tthrough the lands of Andalucía.

By David Nogales, Ancient and Medieval History Professor. Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. [...]

The Castles of Alonso de Monroy

By Francisco García Fitz.   University of Extremadura Alonso de Monroy, a f[...]

The Crusader's Way: en route to the battle of Las Navas de Tolosa (1212)

Francisco García Fitz.   University of Extremadura On Monday, 16 July 1212, at f[...]

Pedro I the Cruel (II). Through the lands of Extremadura.

By  David Nogales, Ancient and Medieval History Professor. Universidad Autónoma de&[...]

Ruy López Dávalos, a great Castilian nobleman at the beginning of the 15th century (II): the facts of arms of the Constable

By David Nogales Rincón, Professor of Medieval History at the Autonomous University of Madrid[...]

The castles of the Kingdom of Aragon (II)

© Luis Zueco Our next stop on the route takes us back to the late medieval period, when[...]

The Camino de Santiago, a path of stars to the tomb of the Apostle (II): from Santo Domingo de la Calzada to Ponferrada

By David Nogales Rincón, professor of Medieval History at the Autonomous University of Madrid[...]

La Mancha, land of military orders (II)

By David Nogales Rincón, Professor of Medieval History at the Autonomous University of Madrid[...]

The Crusader's Way: en route to the battle of Las Navas de Tolosa (1212) II

Francisco García Fitz.   University of Extremadura   On Monday, 16 July [...]

Pedro I the Cruel (I) Through the lands of Castilla.

By David Nogales,  Ancient and Medieval History Professor. Universidad Autónoma de Madri[...]

The county of Barcelona, jewel in the Crown of Aragon

By  David Nogales, Ancient and Medieval History Professor. Universidad Autónoma de&[...]

The Grand Captain, an Andalusian military man at the dawn of the Renaissance

By David Nogales Rincón, Professor of Medieval History at the Autonomous University of Madrid[...]

Ruy López Dávalos, a great Castilian nobleman at the beginning of the 15th century (I): the Condestable in the lands of Ávila

By David Nogales Rincón, Professor of Medieval History at the Autonomous University of Madrid[...]

Ruy López Dávalos, a great Castilian nobleman at the beginning of the 15th century (III): a knight of the border

By David Nogales Rincón, Professor of Medieval History at the Autonomous University of Madrid[...]

Following in the steps of El Cid Campeador (I): along the Ebro River and Castellón

By David Nogales Rincón, Professor of Medieval History at the Autonomous University of Madrid[...]

The castles of the Kingdom of Aragon (I)

© Luis Zueco This route of seven castles takes us through the expansion of Aragon in the Mid[...]

La Mancha, land of military orders (I)

By David Nogales Rincón, Professor of Medieval History at the Autonomous University of Madrid[...]

The Camino de Santiago, a path of stars to the tomb of the Apostle (III): from Ponferrada to Santiago de Compostela

By David Nogales Rincón, professor of Medieval History at the Autonomous University of Madrid[...]

The Camino de Santiago, a path of stars to the tomb of the Apostle (I): from Jaca to Santo Domingo de la Calzada

By David Nogales Rincón, professor of Medieval History at the Autonomous University of Madrid[...]

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