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Alojamiento Turistico La Moneda De Huecar Star Rating 1        
Moneda, 44

Within a 20-minute walk from Cuenca Train Station, Alojamiento Turistico La Moneda De Huecar provides guests with a convenient base when visiting Cuenca. It is ideally positioned for guests wanting to discover the area's attractions.There are a range of amenities on offer to guests of the property, including an airport shuttle and connecting rooms.
Alojamiento Cerro Socorro 2 Star Rating 2        
Tiradores Altos Nš 67 /B

Less than a 20-minute walk from Cuenca Train Station, Alojamiento Cerro Socorro 2 provides guests with an ideal base when visiting Cuenca. It also offers a tour desk, free Wi-Fi and massage services.Alojamiento Cerro Socorro's apartment features a microwave, a coffee maker and a refrigerator.
Hostal La Ribera del Júcar Star Rating 2        
Paseo del Jucar 17

Hostal La Ribera del Jucar is set in Cuenca and is close to local attractions, including Estadio La Fuensanta. This charming bed & breakfast is a convenient base for exploring the local vineyards as it is situated in La Mancha (DO).Hostal La Ribera del Jucar has 10 en suite rooms with an in-room closet.
Exe Cuenca Star Rating 4        
Avda. Juan Carlos I, s/n

This contemporary hotel along a wide residential avenue is 3 km from the clifftop Hanging Houses of Cuenca, which houses the Museo de Arte Abstracto Español.Modern rooms with wood floors feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars. Kids age 11 and under stay at no charge.
Hotel Alfonso VIII De Cuenca Star Rating 3        
C/ Parque San Julián, 3

Set opposite San Julián Park, this low-key hotel in the commercial center is an 8-minute walk from Cuenca train station, and 1.1 km from the Spanish art collections at Museo de Arte Abstracto Español.Featuring wood floors, the simple, warmly decorated rooms include free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, minibars and desks.
NH Ciudad de Cuenca Star Rating 4        
Ronda de San Jose, 1

This premium hotel, in a low-key San Fernando residential area, lies 2.1 km from the Hanging Houses of Cuenca and 2.3 km from Cuenca Cathedral.
Cueva Del Fraile Star Rating 3        
Carretera Cuenca a Buenache, Km. 7

In a converted 16th-century monastery, this charming, rural hotel is 5 km from Cuenca Cathedral, and 7 km from Museo de Arte Abstracto Español and the Hanging Houses of Cuenca.Cozy rooms offering a mix of antique-style and relaxed furnishings come with TVs, Wi-Fi (fee) and minibars. Some feature exposed beams and/or mountain views.
Francabel Hotel Star Rating 3        
Avenida Castilla La Mancha, 7

This traditional hotel in central Cuenca is a 6-minute walk from San Julián Park and 2.4 km from the 12th-century Cuenca Cathedral.The warm, contemporary rooms feature flat-screen TVs, and marble and granite en suite bathrooms.
Hotel Leonor de Aquitania Star Rating 3        
Calle San Pedro 60

Set in a converted 18th-Century home, this upscale hotel is a 2-minute walk from Cuenca Cathedral, a 5 minutes from the Spanish Abstract Art Museum and 3.1 km from Cuenca train station.The elegant rooms featuring antique-style furnishings provide free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs.
Posada de San Jose Star Rating 2        
C/ Julián Romero, 4

Housed in a 17th-century building overlooking the Huécar River Gorge, this quaint hotel is less than a block from the 12th-century Cuenca Cathedral and 4 minutes' walk from the Hanging Houses of Cuenca.The individually decorated rooms retain original details such as wood ceiling beams and tile floors. All rooms come with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, and some feature gorge or cathedral views.
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Cuenca is the capital city of a province with the same name in the Autonomous Community of Castilla-La Mancha, in Spain. The city has been declared a UNESCO world heritage site and is one of the candidates to be the European capital of culture during the year 2016. The city is full of monuments with great historical and architectural value, one of the highlights is the cathedral, considered a national monument, it has a Gothic design and its construction began in the 13th century. We also remind you to visit the Church of San Pedro (which dates back to the 17th century), the town hall (18th century), which has a Baroque facade, and also provides the arches that welcome people into the Plaza Mayor (main square), the nucleus of the old quarter. Likewise, we advise you to visit the hermitage of the Virgen de las Angustias , and the hanging houses, built in the 14th century, which nowadays house the museum of abstract art. Cuenca has a large assortment of museums, among these are: the Archaeological Museum, the Museum of Electrographics, the Diocesan Museum of Cathedrals, and the Castilla la Mancha Science Museum. Enjoy this beautiful city of immense cultural and architectural value, visit Cuenca!