Alcala de Henares is a picturesque medieval university town conveniently located 30 minutes away from Madrid.
Home to one of the oldest and most reputable universities in Europe the University of Alcala, founded by Cardinal Cisneros in 1499.
Today the city is recognized as World Heritage Site. It is famous for being the “City of Knowledge” and the cradle of the Renaissance Europe.
Alcala is the birthplace of Miguel de Cervantes, author of the immortal Don Quijote.
On top that it is a welcoming, quiet, safe and beautiful city that invites to walk around, enjoy wonderful restaurants and cafes and a full cultural life. Today, Alcala is a modern city, but also a strategic location for some of the most important logistics centers of national and international companies.