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Built to commemorate the spot where St Teresa of Avila was caught by her uncle when she slipped out of the family house and headed off to convert the Moors. It offers the best vantage point to take in the panorama of the city walls...More
Worth a visit. The views over the walled city of Ávila are amazing. Free admission. It was very quiet when we went but it’s lit up at night and gets busy then. Coach parties go so photography may be limited from the pillars then.
The Four Posts is easy access from the main roads into Avila. The views are nice, but there is not much to read or see after the initial walk around it. There is a path through the fields and woods to meander, but with all...More
This is definitely the vantage point to begin your visit to Avila. Situated on the northwest corner of the city, from here you can get a panoramic view of the town with its medieval walls and appreciate just how massive the walls are. With easy...More