Coudenberg Palace, in photos

It was the residence of Emperor Charles V during his stays in Brussels

A place that oozes history. These are just a few remains, but they are enough to give us an idea of what it was like. Undoubtedly, it was a centre of power. Particularly in the time of Emperor Charles V. Continúa leyendo Coudenberg Palace, in photos

The last voyage of Emperor Charles V

On February 1st, we’ll celebrate the XXI edition of the Emperor’s Route, which reminds the emperor’s voyage from Jarandilla de la Vera to the Monastery of Yuste

Just two leagues away separate the castle from the counts of Oropesa —the current state-runt hotel of Jarandilla de la Vera— of the Monastery of Yuste. Just over ten kilometers. Now, but on February 3th, 1557, those leagues became eternal to Emperor Charles V. Continúa leyendo The last voyage of Emperor Charles V

Villalar de los Comuneros: a place to breathe history

This town was the scene of the battle that bears his name, in which the imperial troops defeated those of the Communities of April 23, 1521

A place for history, a few kilometers from Valladolid and Tordesillas, Villalar de los Comuneros is a place where history is breathed, felt, seen. A meeting and celebration place, as well as a site to visit as soon as you have the slightest opportunity. Continúa leyendo Villalar de los Comuneros: a place to breathe history