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Cuenca is full of interesting sights. The city itself is beautiful. Sit and enjoy chocolate con churros (drinking chocolate and donut sticks) in the lovely Plaza Mayor (Main Square), surrounded by history and monuments with virtually no traffic. Visit Santa María y San Julián Cathedral, and of course, don't miss the amazing vertical Hanging Houses, overhanging the Huécar River.

Just over 30 kilometers from Cuenca you can visit one of nature’s wonderful caprices, the famous Ciudad Encantada (Enchanted City). The limestone rock formations in this natural area create the illusion of walking past streets, squares, tall buildings, wooded areas, animals, Roman bridges and even ships, all watched over by an enormous giant's head.

A stay at the Parador de Cuenca will allow you to discover a city of magical beauty that is sure not to leave you indifferent.


The city of Cuenca has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is among Spain's most important historic areas.

General data about parador hostel
Parador hotel Parador de Cuenca Stars 4
Capacity 126 Places Styles convent, historic area, monastery
Director Juan Serrapio Tilve Chef Miguel Ángel Martínez Blanco
Address Subida a San Pablo, s/n
Autonomous community Castilla-La Mancha Province Cuenca
Town Cuenca Postcode 16001
Latitude 40.079943 Longitude -2.126670
Telephone +34 969232320 Fax +34 969232534
Email cuenca@parador.es
Distance to airport 165 Km.
Distance to the port 220 Km.
Distance to train 2 Km.
Services offered by the parador hostel
air conditioning satellite dish
elevator bar
safe heating
foreign exchange Canal+
conferences and meetings breakfast
garage gym
laundry mini-bar
no animals parking
seasonal swimming pool outdoor swimming pool
tennis court electric car charging station
restaurant playroom for kids
sauna hairdryer in guest rooms
credit cards telephone in guest rooms
shop TV in guest rooms
Activities offered by the parador hostel
Golf course (5 km) Hunting
Rock climbing Spelunking
Horseback trail rides Tennis

Cuenca’s cuisine features traditional dishes such as zarajos (grilled lamb intestines), ajoarriero (cod and potato spread), morteruelo (game pâté) and alajú (a nut and honey sweet). Beverages include the area’s famous wines and resolí, a traditional local liqueur, as well as delicious Manchego cheeses made using artisanal methods. In addition to classic recipes, the Parador offers extraordinary house specialties, including truffled eggs, beef jowls and menestra (sautéed mixed vegetables), along with desserts such as artisan cheese ice cream and tocinillo de cielo (caramel custard) with gin tonic gelatin.

Information on the halls
Number of halls 4
Minimum capacity of halls 10
Maximum capacity of halls 200
How to get there?

The Parador is located opposite the Hanging Houses. Like the old quarter, access is via the unique metal bridge. The N-III is the main road from Madrid, taking the Tarancón exit. From Valencia, take the Motilla del Palancar exit.

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