Sun, 10 Dec|
Teruel & Albarracin
Teruel, A World Heritage Site by the UNESCO, is regarded as the “town of mudéjar” (Moorish-influenced architecture) due to numerous buildings designed in this style. & Albarracín, chosen as one of the most beautiful town in Spain.
Time & Location
10 Dec 2023, 08:30 – 19:00
Mestalla Stadium, Av. d'Aragó, València, Valencia, Spain
About the Event
Teruel, declared a World Heritage Site for its medieval assets, is an Aragonese city built on a hill. This city contains a rich architectural heritage in the Mudejar style, such as the cathedral. This legendary city, thanks to the famous story of the lovers of Teruel, preserves charming corners such as the Plaza del Torico, in the centre of the city, the Aqueduct of the Arches or the busy Paseo del Óvalo. In addition, the city is very famous for its Serrano ham, its ceramics and the archaeological sites that surround it.
Being one of the most famous villages in Spain, Albarracín has many places to admire, such as its old town, perhaps for this reason it has been declared an Asset of Cultural Interest. At an altitude of 1,182 metres, on the side of a mountain and surrounded by the Guadalaviar river, Albarracín is one of the most beautiful villages in Spain. The 16th century Cathedral of the Saviour, the narrow cobbled streets, its little red houses, its imposing walls, its carved wooden balconies, the Alcázar and the Episcopal Palace make this town a valuable architectural heritage that will transport you back to the Middle Ages.