The house has a living room with fireplace and kitchen, two double bedrooms plus a sofa bed in the living room and a bathroom with bathtub.
The house is located just 7 minutes walk from the city center and old town, 5 minutes walk from the paleontological museum and the municipal pool.
It also has free public parking.
Cuenca is one of the cities that most surprises all tourists traveling through Spain.
Located in the autonomous community of Castilla-La Mancha, is one of the best preserved medieval cities in Spain. Its exact location could be said to be between the gorges of the Júcar River and its tributary, the Huécar.
The city is surrounded by a wall of Arab origin, of which part of its extension is preserved and some access gate like Huete. The wall was developed by what is now known as the neighborhoods of the Castle and San Pedro, the upper neighborhoods of the city.
Cuenca encompasses various assets that can be classified in military architecture: as the remains of the Castle (SXII) that was flown by the French troops in the War of Independence or the Tower of Mangana (Arabic); religious architecture such as the Cathedral (XII-XVIII century) or the Convent of the Slaves (16th century), civil architecture such as the Hanging Houses (Late Middle Ages) and the Bridge of San Pablo (16th-20th centuries).
Its old town has some of the most original architectural samples of the country. Undoubtedly, the star buildings are the Hanging Houses. Built in the late Middle Ages, they defy gravity with their wooden balconies literally suspended in the air. The best way to see them is by crossing the San Pablo bridge, not suitable for people suffering from vertigo. This bridge, made of wood and iron, crosses the Huécar sickle from the convent of San Pablo (nowadays Parador Nacional), to the base of the houses. From there, it is recommended to go up the alley of the Hanging Houses until finally arriving at the Plaza Mayor.
There we will find the Cathedral, built after the Reconquest. Its front part, with two open-air windows, is the starting point of an itinerary that takes us from San Pedro street to the castle, surrounded by medieval buildings painted with very cheerful tones that make the walk enjoyable
If we want to enjoy more incredible places, we can visit the Museum of Abstract Art or the Science Museum of Castilla-La Mancha.