5 Must See and Do Things in Avila, Spain

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45 Responses

  1. eileen says:

    Hello, wonderful post and suggestions. The convent is beautiful and the pastries look delicious. Thanks for sharing. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

  2. Awesome pics. Thanks for the post πŸ™‚

  3. Love your pic of the two women — beautifully captured. I’ve been feeling a tug to visit Spain again. Went there for the first and only time in 2012. Time to return. From your account and photos, Avila looks like a good choice.

  4. A.P.Singh says:

    Every thing is so beautiful

  5. thomas says:

    Wow! Majestic walls of Avila

  6. Walls of Avila look attractive. Nice guide. Thanks for sharing.

  7. Niranjan says:

    Looks beautiful. Nice captures of these lovely places.

  8. This is perfect! I hope to do all these one day. 100 towers in the wall? Wow! I have to see that with my own eyes.

  9. magiceye says:

    I sincerely hope to visit some day!!

  10. budget jan says:

    The walls look great and I would like to be sitting at the tables gazing at them. The two ladies photo is superb – they were really into posing.

  11. looks amazing…
    I really need to plan a vacation n soon

  12. Arun says:

    The Avila walls are brilliant! I would really like to try Yemas. Sounds really tempting!

  13. Oh, such a nice tour you gave us – I felt like I was right there with you strolling through town. Hope you submit the photo of the two women to Evelyn Hannon’s ‘Journeywoman’s’ annual International Women’s Day photo roundup – you’ve caught friendship at its finest there.

  14. Bhavani says:

    Beautiful…. Love the pics!!!

  15. Chaitali says:

    Wow….gorgeous is the least to say.

  16. Awesome and brilliant.
    Long to visit and experience these places personally some day..!
    Thank you.

  17. I’d love to visit Avila some day. it must feel like walking through history.

  18. Priyanka says:

    Fantastic details, and th picture of the two beautiful ladies is my favourite! The pastries look yummy too πŸ™‚

  19. Informative post with beautiful captures πŸ™‚

  20. Oh yes, so many beautiful places in the world to explore, isn’t it? Thanks.

  21. The cathedral looks very vintage & classy. Beautiful post πŸ™‚

  22. Spain is so high on my list!

  23. dNambiar says:

    Avila looks architecturally very rich. And artistic too.
    Nice knowing more about the place.

  24. Ami says:

    History all around…loving it. Love the pictures.

  25. Jyothi D'mello says:

    The Avila walls and convent are a visual delight. The pastries sounds adventurous πŸ™‚

  26. ladyfi says:

    What a gorgeous city!

  27. nima says:

    Lovely pictures,interesting place.

  28. Asha says:

    Lovely place ! Thanks for sharing

  29. Adding another place to the list of must visits now! Informative one ..

  30. sri kri says:

    Adding to out wish list.Informative Post.Thanks for sharing.:)

    Cheers,
    Sriram & Krithiga

  31. I love the photo of the two Spanish ladies. What a great picture! We are checking out to visit Spain later this year and will see if we can make it to Avila. It looks original and not so busy, which suits us #TPThursday

  32. Jerny says:

    The walls look great, you’d know it very different from the other place you;’ve been and I would like to be sitting at the tables gazing at them but not for long. The two ladies photo is superb – they were really into posing and smiling at the camera. Are you with them?

    • Indrani Ghose says:

      Hi Jerny, thanks for the visit and comment. πŸ™‚
      The women are locals there, I clicked as I crossed hem and said hi.

  33. Julie says:

    Yemas look so delicious. I’ve never heard of these before, but i can imagine that the delicate egg yolk is completely delicious with the lemon and sugar additions. Decadent!

  34. Thanks for this informative tour of Avila. I have visited many years ago and your blog post reminds me of what a lovely town it is to visit.

  35. Great tour- those yemas look delicious! I’ve been to Spain before but never made it to Avila.

  36. Carol says:

    I love those old walled towns. They are so perfect for strolling and Spain is a great place for strolling

  37. Annie says:

    I absolutely love stained glass windows, so I’d be heading to Convent of St. Teresa first! It looks like a lovely place, need to put on the Spain roadtrip πŸ™‚

  38. What a beautiful town! I’ve been to Spain a few times but not for many years and would love to return and explore more of the country. Polly

  39. Mia Herman says:

    What a beautiful place! I haven’t tried Yemas but they look delicious. Although, I tried something that looked similar in Hong Kong and it was awful. Hopefully, these were much better!! I’m sure those little ol’ nuns put lots of love in them. πŸ™‚

  40. Sweet overview of Avila. Those Yemas though sound so delicate and delicious. An egg yolk!!

  41. Rosemary says:

    Yum…that beautiful melt-in-your mouth pastry. Could eat it right through the screen πŸ™‚ Great overview of Avila. Love your article and the charm of the city through your pictures. Sounds like I better get there soon, while it still has its charm:)

  42. Megan says:

    Avila looks like a beautiful city to explore. I’m heading to Spain this fall and will have to try and add it to my trip. I think getting to try those Yemas would be worth the trip.