City of Jaén in Andalucia, Spain (@ Rolf Hicker Photography/Alamy)
- An historic trade centre, the Moors called this city “jayyan”, meaning “crossroads of caravans” in Arabic.""Can you spot any caravans on the roads today?
- Liquid gold covers the fields surrounding this town.""What is the lucrative commodity locals sell to the world?
- A copy of a miraculous medieval relic which is said to cure blindness and raise the dead is kept safe in the cathedral.""We\re putting it on display
- Beneath the orange rooftops, through cobbled streets, is a quiet city to explore at your leisure.""What do they say about the rain in Spain?