There are those who feel a special attraction for travels to destinations steeped in history, with captivating corners that date back thousands of years. In the world it is still possible to visit cities with thousands of years that are still alive, resisting the passage of time.
Civitatis, the leading company in online distribution of guided tours, excursions and activities in Spanish in the main destinations of the world, compiles a list of the six cities oldest in the world that can be known thanks to tourism.
Luxor, also known as ancient Thebes, is one of the cities of Egypt that receives more tourists. Travelers from all over the world arrive there trapped by the stupendous ruins, still very well preserved, of such a great civilization.
A trip to this city leads to discover the history of Ancient Egypt, visiting the temples of Luxor and Karnak, the Valley of the Kings and Queens, the colossi of Memnon and the temple of Hatshepsut.
is the town oldest on record, its origins date back 5,000 years. The Acropolis, one of the most emblematic Greek temple complexes in the world, the theater of Dionysus, dating from the 5th century BC, the most interesting legends of Greek mythology, the monuments, the temple of Athena Nike, the Erechtheion and its caryatids or the Propylaea and much more history.
Visiting Athens is like being inside a movie that takes you back in time to Classical Greece.
Many of the settlements in Lisbon have been recorded before 1200 BC. This town It has numerous notable architectural vestiges after the destruction in which it was subjected by an earthquake. For those who want to immerse themselves in the past and present of this city, it is ideal to schedule a tour of the most emblematic points of the capital of Portugal.
Cádiz is one of the oldest cities in the world, it has been a permanent crossroads of cultures on a small islet at the gates of the Atlantic. Touring Cádiz on foot is an adventure to reveal some of the curiosities about the origin of the townits culture and discover monuments such as the Santa Cruz Cathedral or the Plaza de las Flores.
Byblos is an ancient and special town Phoenician north of Lebanon. Walking through its streets allows you to internalize its civilizations, its contemporary works of art and antiquities from the Middle East. It also allows you to see the Greek Orthodox and Roman Catholic churches, one of them the Cathedral of San Esteban and before the remains of the old Phoenician wall.
few cities they are as mystical, relevant and with as diverse cultures in history as Jerusalem. Those who visit this destination have the option of doing the guided tour that will allow them to enter the streets of this town so emblematic and discover all the secrets, enigmas and legends of the holy city of the 3 main monotheistic religions.