The national capital Madrid is located 45 miles (72 kilometers) northeast of Maqueda.
Make sure you see the Maqueda Castle while you are in Maqueda.
You don't have to limit your sightseeing to the attractions of Maqueda because the entire region has been endowed with an abundance of interesting cities, attractions and landscapes. Some interesting places within a relatively short distance of Maqueda are Jewish Quarter, 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the northwest, and Toledo, 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the northwest.
While you are in Maqueda, make a day trip to Toledo. Approximately 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the southeast, this regional city is where you can find Museum of Visigothic Art (Toledo), Plaza de Zocodover and Convent of Santo Domingo el Antiguo. Hospital of Tavera, San Juan de los Reyes and Guadamar Castle are other attractions definitely worth visiting for those who have time left.
Take the time to gain a deeper understanding of Castilla - La Mancha by discovering its past. A great way to start is with a visit to the area's historic historic bridges. Travelers who come to Castilla - La Mancha usually take time to explore the open-air museums and open-air exhibits dotted throughout the region.
One of the nicest ways to discover the unique natural environment in Castilla - La Mancha is to sign up for a horse riding or quad biking adventure. If the perfect break for you and your family involves being outdoors and rugging up against the cold weather, Castilla - La Mancha will be a great destination. Snow shoeing is a popular pastime. Cross-country skiing is also common.
As your time here draws to an end, spend what's left of your euros on that last souvenir and say Adiós to the interesting characters you've met and the places you've seen.