Albacete [Spanish pronunciation: [alβaˈθete]] (Arabic: ﭐَلبَسِيط, translit. Al-Basīṭ) is a city and municipality in the Spanish autonomous community of Castilla-La Mancha, and capital of the province of Albacete. It is in the south-east of the Iberian Peninsula, in the region known as the Meseta Central within the historic region of La Mancha, in the smaller historic region of La Mancha de Montearagón; the area around the city is known as Los Llanos. With a population of 172,816 (2017) in the municipality proper, and 219,121 in the larger metropolitan area, it is the largest city in both the province and the region of Castilla-La Mancha, and indeed one of the largest of inland Spain, being included in the 20 largest urban areas in Spain. The municipality of Albacete is also the seventh largest in Spain by area, being 1,125.91 km (434.72 sq mi).
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Small street with a very nice charm as all white stone buildings are sculpted and present balconies. Stores with choices of traditional knives and little cafes such as Elefante de Jades makes it a very romantic setting for Wedding pictures on Saturdays. I was delighted to here and see the flashes of photographs on newly Wed couple. These lights made it really special.
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The inside if the Cathedral is decorated with frescos on the walls and ceiling - very calming and spiritual. The front facade has intricate stonework and arches, with the rest of the exterior of the building quite plain. Returned in the evening for tapas and a drink at Kings Bar in front of the Cathedral and saw many people leaving the Cathedral after mass and stopping for tapas and drinks.
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Walked to thr museum located on the soyth side of Parque Urbano Aberlado Sanches - free entry on Thursdays. The museum has over 50 %of its space dedicated to archeological exhibits, with a huge collection of ceramics. There are items from the paleolithic period, through neolithic and then ancient Roman. Also an interesting display of antique measuring instruments, but would have helped if there were explanations as to their purpose. All signage is in Spanish so a real disadvantage for non Spanish speakers. Also an art collection.
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The Plaza del Torro city next to Alabacete City Center offers a wonderful set up for discovering spanish culture. During 2017, 100 Years of the Arena have been celebrated and the building is nicely decorated. I appreciated my walk around it in the evening and recommand it to any one who is Reading my reviews. Do not miss the two statues the white one and the bronze as they symbolize famous matadors and make citizen Proud as my driver mentionned "Mucha Fiesta" in Albacete por la Feria. Always Happy to be back in Albacete.
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Nice place to swim. I couldn't stop thinking about ThE deep of the lake. I can imagine what kind of animals there are un it
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Ojalá todas las ciudades imitaran a Albacete en el establecimiento de parque urbanos. Ideal para correr o bici. En cuanto llega el buen tiempo a la ciudad manchega, la vía verde que da acceso al parque está repleta de gente con bicicleta, patines, corriendo o simplemente paseando, que terminan su recorrido en La Pulgosa. Dentro del parque tenemos la oportunidad de seguir realizando deporte por el camino de arena que lo rodea, o podemos disfrutar de las enormes zonas verdes, así como de la pista de cemento, patinaje o el circuito especializado para bicicletas BMX.
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El Parque Lineal de Albacete es un alargado parque urbano con forma de línea recta de más de 3 km de longitud. Es uno de los parques urbanos más grandes y emblemáticos de Albacete. Atraviesa la capital de noroeste a sureste en la zona que antes ocupaba la vía férrea Madrid-Cartagena. De ese pasado ligado al tren aún quedan restos como la instalación de un semáforo ferroviario en la zona conocida como Puente de Madera.
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