Google Street View is advancing its coverage of Spanish territory. The photo map service offered by Google has covered most areas of Spain, bringing Spain to the top 2 position of countries most photographed by Google, behind the United States.
Initially Google maps was limited to Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and Sevilla. Today it is available throughout the country.
Google Street View now even includes such emblematic locations as the Alhambra in Granada, the Cathedral of Toledo, and the “hanging houses” of Cuenca.
If that wasn’t enough, Google has even included the Camino de Santiago in its Street View application, enabling visitors to follow the path from Auritz to Finisterre.