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Castile is a land of castles, a concentration that resulted
largely from the land being fought over between Muslim and Christian kingdoms
in the Middle Ages. Outside of Cuenca city the province’s sights are quite
widely dispersed. I stopped at two in the southern part of Cuenca province in
my big clockwise circle of Castilla-La Mancha from Madrid.
Alarcon is a small town with a good defensive ...
... interesting, although it is capital of the
province of the same name.
Cuenca was conquered from the Arabs by Castile in 1077 under
King Alfonso VIII, sort of the local hero. There’s not too much in the way of
major sights in Cuenca. The city’s appeal is more to walk around to the overlooks,
trails down the canyon sides, and on a bridge across on of the canyons to a
historic parador on the other side. You can also ...
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... made it even more fun. We explored this area for probably an hour climbing into every nook and cranny we could find and taking lots of cool pictures
After we done climbing and fooling around we had some tapas with our teacher. After this we caught a bus back to the train station and waited for the train to Valencia. Cuenca was a very short trip-only a few hours, but the places we saw were amazing and the nature was awesome!