4.5 based on 2,126 reviews
We went to Albarracin when we drove from Valencia to Madrid. And this small little village lives up to all the hype that surrounds it. Totally medieval, hidden among the mountains you don't see it until you are actually there. Spend the night here to get the full charm.
4.5 based on 1,343 reviews
It’s more then only a church visit. Also the mausoleum from Teruels most famous lovers is placed here. And the church is also like the cathedral definitely worthy of a visit. For sure when you do the full tour and also go up on the rooftop and get guided over all the grounds. Tours are think it only in Spanish but with the audio book I got around fine. Staff is also very pleasant and friendly!
4.5 based on 667 reviews
Over seven centuries after being built in the early XIVth century, the Tower of El Salvador still leaves us speechless. As it was the last tower in Teruel to be erected, it is among the esteemed landmarks that have been inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage List in 1986. The Tower actually consists of two towers, one inside the other. The Almohade model was indeed kept in mind; the architects and builders were Mudéjars, who were Muslims employed by the Christians at the time From outside, we can enjoy the brick and ceramic calligraphies as well as the street at its feet, as if intending not to disturb. Inside, 122 steps lead us to three rooms whose mortar plastered walls keep charming graffiti from the time of its erection; and we keep spinning upstairs like dancing Dervishes up to the bellfry. Once there, we lean out, take our time to feel the air, listen to the whisper and watch the sunshine on the glazed ceramics, the urban tapestry of Teruel, ''The City of Towers.''
4.0 based on 1,330 reviews
We stopped here for one night on the way from Barcelona to Madrid. This is a brilliant place, a lovely easy town to walk around and relax. I highly recommended!!!!
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