VIAVOX Travel was created to facilitate the comprehensive management of tourist products for tour operators, travel agencies and other tourist entertainment companies in a variety of roles and industries.
Viavox Travelwas born as a result of 17 years of experience in the tourism sector and as a result of meeting the needs of our customers. Therefore, we have a team of professionals in charge of helping to achieve success for each company that trusts us in their tourism management.
Born in Aranda de Duero, with long experience in management and project management, he moves in to Santander from USA, not only for his passion for kitesurfing but to start a new business adventure. If you have any doubt about the direction of your projects, do not hesitate to contact him.
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Rupestrian Caves World Heritage, includes the main Interpretation Centers, located in the most significant monuments and archaeological sites in Cantabria, such as Chufín, El Castillo, Las Monedas, Hornos de la Peña, El Pendo, Cullalvera and Covalanas.
The Government of Cantabria has a network of Cultural Centers of different themes formed by Roman sites, the Romanesque church of Villacantid, a medieval tower of Pero Niño, the tower of the Infantado and the Center for Lebaniegos Studies in Potes, in addition to the houses of the Eagle and the Vine, and the Palace and Chapel of Sobrellano.
Cave considered one of the great wonders of geology, which keeps an authentic paradise of speleothems. The cave and its surroundings harbor an exceptional heritage of industrial mining archeology.
Reconstruction of the so-called "Morillo's house" belonging to a middle-upper class family. The "fortified city of Julio" receives its name in memory of Julio César, for its victory against the Cantabrians in the 19 a.C. He is remembered for his urban development, administrative activity, and strategic location for the arrival of goods.During the visit to this center, you can contemplate the most significant objects recovered during the archaeological excavations of the city.
It was declared a Cultural Interest (1986) and occupies a modern exhibition space of 2,000m2 in the Mercado del Este of Santander (Spain).
it is an observatory of the natural and human environment forming part of the maritime front of the city of Santander (Spain).