Things to see and do - Cuenca
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Cuenca Travel guide
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Cuenca lies in a grandiose setting at the heart of the Serranía de Cuenca, linking the Castilian Meseta with the Levante region. In this limestone range, erosion has fashioned a jagged relief with occasional fantastic shapes. The old town is perched on a rocky shelf dissected by the narrow Júcar and Huécar passes, and resembles a balcony suspended between two chasms. Lack of space explains the narrowness and winding plan of its streets, as well as the height of its houses.
Tourist attractions Cuenca : Things to see and do
Hoz del Huécar E - 16000 Cuenca
The layout of this superb museum, opened in 2006 in the former Church of San Pablo, was entirely designed by Gustavo Torner, one of the artists who founded the "Cuenca Group". The geometric abstraction of his work is beautifully suited to t..
ObispoValero E - 16000 Cuenca
Famous 14C houses much restored, with suspended houses containing a museum of abstract art and a restaurant. The San Pablo promenade has a fine view over the most spectacular houses suspended above the Huécar, a vision that become magical with the il..
Casas Colgadas E - 16001 Cuenca
The Museo de Arte Abstracto Español occupies some of Cuenca's famous hanging houses; its setting and spectacular views are like something out of a painting. The collection assembled by Fernando Zóbel, which has continued to grow over the years, featu..
Cervantes, 15 E - 16004 Cuenca
Hotel Pedro Torres is 300 metres from Cuenca Train and Bus Stations, and 15 minutes’ walk from the famous hanging houses. It offers free Wi-Fi and rooms with flat-screen TVs. Colourfully decorated rooms are heated and have wooden floors and a flat-s..
Ramón y Cajal, 49 E - 16004 Cuenca
Prix Prices from : 23 €
Hotel RC Ramon y Cajal is just 200 metres from Cuenca Train and Bus Station. It offers free Wi-Fi and modern rooms and apartments with a flat-screen TV and air conditioning. All accommodation at the Ramon y Cajal has minimalist décor and tiled floor..
Ramon y Cajal, 23 E - 16004 Cuenca
Prix Prices from : 25 €
This simple and pleasant hotel is located in historic Cuenca, 3 minutes’ walk from the Parque de San Julian, the city’s oldest park. It offers bright rooms with free Wi-Fi and scenic city views. Hotel Arevalo’s heated rooms feature classic and elega..
Julián Romero 6 E - 16001 Cuenca
It occupies an old house with views over the Huécar river, formerly owned by local singer José Luis Perales. Three dining rooms with carefully arranged table settings and a wine cellar which can be visited for wine tasting sessions.
Río Gritos 5 E - 16004 Cuenca
Occupying the Centro Ars Natura, a museum with an avant-garde design, this restaurant enjoys impressive views from its elevated position overlooking the town. The minimalist restaurant offers high-level creative cuisine.
Julián Romero 4 E - 16001 Cuenca
Canónigos E - 16001 Cuenca
Emblematic restaurant within the famous Casas Colgadas (Suspended Houses). Well-lit dining rooms, one of them private, with excellent views and Castilian-Manchego cuisine.
Federico García Lorca 3 E - 16004 Cuenca
Raff offers guests a dining concept with a difference in Cuenca. Bar at the entrance serving 'raciones' and wines by the glass, in addition to a contemporary and functional dining room. Updated traditional cuisine of a high level, with an emphasis on..
subida a San Pablo E - 16001 Cuenca