The Silver Route is a natural trail that has linked the Cantabrian Sea with the Andalusian Atlantic Ocean since ancient times. Romans took advantage to build a road to transport precious silver, leaving behind the base of a major legacy taking you through history
The city of Salamanca is a treasure trove of monuments, where the bustle of the university beats in non-stop cultural activity. The surrounding region of Armuña (Castellanos de Villiquera, Monterrubio, Gomecello, La Velles) is famous for its vegetables with the Silver Route passing through on its way towards Zamora.
To the south lie Arapiles and Mozarbez. Lay in the Salamancan countryside, Ledsema is another town that has a particular historical interest.
And its attractions don't stop there! Gijón has a museum network and diverse cultural offerings (International Film Festival, Salón del Libro Iberoamericano book festival), some of its museums stand out for their originality, including the Railway Museum, the International Bagpipe Museum and others display the city's incredible history, including the Jovellanos birthplace museum, the Nicanor Piñole museum and the Revillagigedo palace.