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NO foreign tourists!!!!!:-)
There is only one daily bus service from Teruel (1 hour)
In a nutshell
An ancient Arab town lost in time.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: A hat, Gloves, a very warm coat, scarf and walking shoes. It is as cold as Britain in the winter. I went in December and it was 2ºC in the day. You can also find snow on the mountains just past Albarricin.
Miscellaneous: If you go driving in the mountains make sure your tires have plenty of tred as Spanish cars don't usually have snow tires. Be especially careful if you rent a car. Check the Spare tire too. The roads past Albarracin can lead you up mountains of 1650m above sea level.
Many Spanish people put chains on their tires when it snows to help them grip the snow covered roads.
Be careful of ice too.
Written Dec 13, 2004
The road between Cuenca and Albarracin is quit beautiful and remote. It winds around lakes and rivers and the spectacular arrival of Albarracin appearing s a wonderful site.
Written Dec 19, 2009