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Hotels in World Heritage Sites! Are you looking for Hotels in World Heritage Sites? In Rusticae we exclusively selected the best Hotels at the best prices. Visit hotels, accomodations or apartments. Enjoy the exclusive offers of Rusticae and visit impressive locations!

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Hotel Rector
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(Salamanca, Spain)

Salamanca is a city of head-board, the kind of place that every now and then you will come back. And winning the next visit is a challenge for any Patrimonio...

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Altaïr Hotel
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(Santiago de Compostela, Spain)

A few steps from Plaza del Obradoiro in the center of Santiago de Compostela awaits the cosy Hotel Altaïr. Its style—inspired by the Japanese "Wabi-Sabi"...

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Hotel Abad Toledo
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(Toledo, Spain)

This hotel is set within the walled city of Toledo, the main building of which housed a blacksmith´s until 1815. Abad Toledo charming hotel is in a privileged...

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Sleeping in a World Heritage City

Did you know that Spain is the third country in the world with the most declared World Heritage Sites? Cities with important historical, architectural and cultural value. With Rusticae you have the opportunity to sleep in the heart of 8 of these cities

Become a pilgrim in Santiago and make your triumphant arrival at the Plaza del Obradoiro, to enjoy the impressive sight of the Cathedral. Toledo will show you the history of its three cultures - Christian, Jewish and Muslim - in its intimate and whirling streets. In Úbeda you will enjoy one of the jewels of the Spanish Renaissance, located in the Guadalquivir Valley and in front of the Sierra Mágina. Salamanca will cheer you up with its university atmosphere and its tapas tradition while you visit the Plaza Mayor and cathedrals.

Córdoba presumes to be one of the oldest cities in Europe and holds a unique jewel: the Mosque-Cathedral. Another of its charms are its colorful patios. Cuenca welcomes you with its Hanging Houses on the Hoz del Huécar. It is a delight to walk through its streets and make stops at the Cathedral, the Plaza Mayor or the Museum of Abstract Art. In Cáceres you will find fortresses, Renaissance palaces and medieval squares. And in Segovia you have to admire the Roman aquaduct and the Alcazar. Between both a charming historical ensemble unfolds, inviting you to walk through the Jewish quarter, walk the walls or access the cathedral.

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