Situated in Tragacete, this hotel is 27.4 mi (44.1 km) from Ciudad Encantada and 27.9 mi (44.9 km) from Alleys of Stone.
Situated in a provincial park, this pension is 27.2 mi (43.9 km) from Ciudad Encantada and 27.9 mi (44.9 km) from Alleys of Stone.
Situated in Albarracin, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Plaza Mayor and Calle Portal de Molina. Albarracin Museum and Julianeta House are also within 10 minutes.
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The major city of Madrid lies 100 miles to the west of Tragacete.
Many visitors flock to this region to admire its diverse natural landscapes. Experience the magic for yourself at Ciudad Encantada and Salto de Poveda, 14 miles and 20 miles from Tragacete, respectively.
Grab your snowboard and test the slopes at Javalambre Ski Resort.
Fountain Plaza and Hermitage of Santa Barbara are some wonderful attractions in Noguera de Albarracín, a destination 13 miles away. You could also check out Escabas Lake and San Millan Parish in Fresneda de la Sierra. This destination sits 16 miles out of Tragacete.
To find Plaza Mayor, Trebuchet Park and Albarracin Toy Museum, make your way east from Tragacete for 17 miles to Torres de Albarracín. Andador Visitas Guiadas Albarracin and Calle Portal de Molina are some more places that are worth a visit.
Discover the food culture of Cuenca by spending some time in its enticing cafés and restaurants.
Immerse yourself in the exciting culinary culture and sample some olive oil and garlic. These two ingredients are found seemingly everywhere in the region.
Migas (spiced breadcrumbs withpork ribs) and cochifritos (lamb or goat with seasonings) are two well-known dishes you might like to order.
For a sweet encounter that will leave your mouth watering, try alajú (wafer and almond slice), a delectable dessert.
The true essence of a place resonates not just within its mountains, but also in its native tongue. Picking up a smattering of simple words and phrases in Spanish will make your travels all the more rewarding. ¡Cuánto tiempo! is Spanish for long time no see. There's also Buenos días, which translates to good morning.
Being here on the 12th of October will get you a good look at National Day.
When it's time to leave this special place, be sure to bid a warm "Hasta la vista".
When the time has come to get your flight, it's good to know that the closest airport is 90 miles west.
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