The view from the Roman wall in Lugo
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Roman fortifications are standing strong and tall in the Spanish city of Lugo. Surviving the last 2000 years, the wall and its towers are a lot of fun to walk.
We arrived there on a rainy winter day in February, and as you can see the sun kept trying to peek through the clouds. I was extremely happy to catch the view of this cornflower blue church across the street.
A short two kilometer walk takes you on top of the wall around the inner city with views of houses, churches, a cathedral and everyday life. It’s fun and it’s free…what’s better than that?