Perched atop a hill in central Spain, the postcard-perfect former capital is one of the world’s best-preserved medieval cities. Known as the city of three cultures for its Muslim, Jewish and Christian inhabitants who mingled here in the thirteenth century, its labyrinth of streets holds a wealth of monuments that honour the citizens of the past. Visit synagogues, palaces and mosques on a tour of this truly unforgettable UNESCO World Heritage site or simply soak up its exquisite vistas.