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Toledo Your Own Way with Tourist Bracelet from Madrid
"Visit the most famous monuments The old Jewish Quarter with its narrow streets and the Church of St.Tomé with the famous painting by El Greco “The Burial of Count Orgaz”. You will also visit The Old Synagogue of St. Maria la Blanca which remains as a symbol of the coexistence of multiple cultures in Toldeo The Monastery of San Juan de los Reyes and The Cristo de la Luz Mosque with the tourist bracelet. The a great way to get to know this unique city. This is one the most visited cities in the world take advantage of this excellent opportunity to learn and feel the city as a local."
From EUR31.00
 
Toledo City with Flamenco Show Special Combo
"Enjoy optional pick-up from your local Madrid hotel or depart at the VPT Bus Terminal meeting point where you being your departure to Toledo. Upon arrival to Toledo you'll begin with a panoramic walking tour of Toledo entering to the old quarters to visit the Plaza del Ayuntamiento and admiring the facade of the impressive Primate Cathedral the old Palace of Justice and the City Hall. Continue your walk through the old Jewish quarter with its narrow streets and visit the Church of St. Tomé with the very famous painting of El Greco “The Burial of Count Orgaz.” Visit the old Synagogue of Ste. Maria la Blanca
From EUR84.00
 
Toledo Full Day Guided Tour with Traditional Lunch from Madrid
"While you are in Madrid don’t miss the chance to visit Toledo a tour where you can admire the main attractions of this important Spanish city. Meet your guide and embark on this 9-hour tour to Toledo. The city of Toledo was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Your tour begins walking to the Alcazar and the Ca which contains valuable sculptures.Get to know the Jewish Quarter characterized by its tangled and steep streets. You will also have the chance to see the Synagogue of Santa María la Blanca Mirador del Valle and The Monastery of San Juan de los Reyes. You will have a traditional lunch at Dehesa de Majazul Restaurant. Then you will have free time so do not miss the opportunity to explore the streets squares and gardens of the city. There is no doubt this is a tour where you will learn a lot about architecture
From $69.00

More Things to Do in Cuenca

The Cathedral by day

The Cathedral takes up a large chunk of one side of the Plaza Mayor in Cuenca. Some people thingk it is quite ugly from the outside, but I actually quite like it. It is unusual in that the front of it...
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easyoar
Dec 11, 2004

Interior of the cathedral

Cuenca's cathedral is the only sample of Norman Gothic art that can be found in the Iberian Peninsula. In fact, this is the first Gothic cathedral that was built in Castille, a short time after the...
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DanielF
Jan 26, 2004

Pay attention!

The ancient city of Cuenca is small and cosy, and not so spectacular as Toledo or Segovia, but it is absolutely "walkable"... so wander around there and pay attention to every little detail:...
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andal13
Oct 07, 2003

Iglesia de la Merced

Iglesia de la Merced (Church of the Grace) is a church of 18th century; it has an exquisite façade; look at the delicate ornamentations.La Iglesia de la Merced es una iglesia del siglo XVIII; tiene...
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andal13
Oct 07, 2003

Convento de las Carmelitas

This convent of Carmelitas dates from 17th century; it is a very curious building. A modern art museum (Fundación Antonio Pérez) is situated there.(More information at "Off the beaten path")Este...
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andal13
Oct 07, 2003

The Castle

The ruins of a castle of 13th century, dominate the top of a steep street (Calle de San Pedro). Of course, it has not the fascination of another Spaniard castles, because there are only rests of the...
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andal13
Oct 07, 2003
 
 
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Cathedral

Cuenca's Cathedral was built between 12th and 16th centuries; it's an unusual Gothic style building. Actually, it is not one of the magnificent and famous Spaniard cathedrasl, but its peculiar style...
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Oct 07, 2003

Casas Colgadas

Casas Colgadas (Hanging Houses) are some constructions "hung" on the cliff wall. They were built at 14th century, and used like summertime residence by Royal family. Nowadays, an abstract art museum...
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andal13
Jul 02, 2003

Medieval "skyscrapers"

Due to the irregularity of the ground where Cuenca was built, many houses look definitely tall for being that old. That is why they are commonly known as the "skyscrapers". The entrance to these...
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DanielF
Jun 13, 2003

Puente de los Descalzos

This bridge crosses Jucar river to access Recreo Peral and Las Angustias chapel. The bridge is in a spot of natural beauty, with leafy black poplars beside the river.
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Aitana
Apr 08, 2009

Drive round the Ruta Turistica

Do take time to drive up the ruta Turistic - its well worth the wonderful scenery, thru limestone gorges and over lush meadows. Easily signposted out of Cuenca it´s something not to be missed.
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kht1468
Jun 20, 2007

Amantes de Teruel

This is supposed to be the "Lovers of Teruel". Why not?------------------------------Heureusement qu'il y a la pancarte pour indiquer qu'il s'agit des "Amants de Teruel"
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breughel
Jan 02, 2007

Mar de piedra.

The sea of stones. Underneath runs a long corridor.------------------------------La mer de pierres. Sous cette surface se trouve un long et haut corridor.
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breughel
Jan 02, 2007

Convent of El Carmen.

Also located in the upper part of the city, next to the Church of Saint Peter, this is another on the views you will go past in your way to the castle.
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DanielF
Jul 31, 2006

Top Hotels in Cuenca

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Subida a San Pablo s/n, Cuenca, Castile-La Mancha, 16001, Spain
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Parque De San Julian 3, Cuenca, Castile-La Mancha, 16002, Spain
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San Pedro, 60, Cuenca, Castile-La Mancha, 16001, Spain
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Ctra de Buenache, Km 7, Cuenca, Castile-La Mancha, 16001, Spain
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Julian Romero 4, Cuenca, Castile-La Mancha, 16001, Spain
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Avenida de los Alfares 52, Cuenca, 16002, Spain
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"The old town on the rocks."
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"Cuenca es única"
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"Cuenca - a mountainous beauty"
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"Cuenca"
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"Entre dos ríos"
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