have a rich history is something you sense when you walk through its streets and observe their amazing monumental heritage. Perhaps the most difficult thing to guess is that a major part of their history was lived out in the Jewish quarters, which led to both towns becoming part of the Spanish Jewish quarters association Caminos de Sefarad.
To get closer to this part of their past, a Day of Jewish Culture is celebrated all over Europe
. Among the numerous activities are guided visits to what is left of the old Sephardic neighbourhood, Kosher food and wine tasting and music concerts, among others.
Plunge into the best of Jewish culture for a… Shalom!