Ávila is a walled city located in the province of Ávila, in central Spain. It is located at the edge of the Sierra de Gredos mountain range and is known for its well-preserved city walls, built in the 11th and 12th centuries. Muralla de Avila's Alcazar Access is an iconic fortification located in the heart of the city. It consists of two stone arches linked by a high tower, which marks the entrance to the medieval old town. This is a great spot for tourists and photographers alike, looking to explore the city's history and culture. Avila provides a range of attractions, including churches, ancient walls, and incredible views from the castle. The city also hosts many festivals, such as the Semana Santa and Fallas where visitors can join in the festivities.