There are plenty of things to do in Cuenca. In fact, this Spanish city is famously celebrated for is the diverse range of sightseeing activities to explore. Cuenca has even been awarded as a World Heritage Site, due to its fascinating medieval ruins, memorable buildings and breath-taking Júcar and Huécar rivers.
Cuenca city is located in east-central Spain, set amongst tall-standing mountains and surrounded by ancient cathedrals. Visit New Cathedral of Cuenca, and discover the intricate Romanesque-revival architecture, particularly obvious from the three blue and white domes which form this cathedral. Alternatively, travel back to the 16th century and uncover the captivating religious artwork showcased in the Old Cathedral of Cuenca museum.
Another traveller favourite in Cuenca city, is El Cajas National Park. Head over to this spectacular natural reserve and embark on a hike, stay overnight on a camping trip or even take a day trip over to watch the stunning local wildlife graze.