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#1 of 239 attractions in Castile-La Mancha
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#2 of 239 attractions in Castile-La Mancha
Category: Architectural Buildings; Religious Sites
One of the most imposing cathedrals in Spain, and a superb example of Gothic architecture.
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#3 of 239 attractions in Castile-La Mancha
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#4 of 239 attractions in Castile-La Mancha
Category: Parks
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#5 of 239 attractions in Castile-La Mancha
Category: Bridges
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#6 of 239 attractions in Castile-La Mancha
Category: Art Museums
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#7 of 239 attractions in Castile-La Mancha
Category: Theaters
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#8 of 239 attractions in Castile-La Mancha
Category: Mines; Tours
Owner description: The visit of the Almaden Minining Park starts with surface mining facilities in the Visitor Center and continues through the... more » Owner description: The visit of the Almaden Minining Park starts with surface mining facilities in the Visitor Center and continues through the old workshops and “San Aquilino” and “San Teodoro” shafts. Before the tour along the underground passages the visitors will visit the Mining Interpretation Centre, which will bring prior essential knowledge on the historical performance to the mining.The tour inside the mine is carried down the “San Teodoro” shaft to the 1st floor, 50 meters in depth, in a cage of mine. The walking tour is conducted by a real mine exploited in the XVI and XVII centuries, according to the real conditions of the mining practice: helmet, apparent lack of modern lighting, lighting support with individual lamps.The exit to surface is carried out by a carriage train enabled for public transport, following the visit to outdoor facilities, furnaces “Aludeles” from XVII century, “Carlos IV” gate, “Carros” gate with its paved road and “tejeras” furnace, then moving on to the Mercury museum where the visitors will find halls dedicated to the local geology and paleontology, interactive experiments in physics and chemistry of mercury, the history of this metal metallurgy and shipping to America.The visit will finish with the visitors coming back in electric passenger minibuses to the Visitor Centre, where they can get many souvenirs related to the visit and others catering facilities, toilets, information, etc.Almadén Mining Park includes major spanish properties inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List under the name of HERITAGE OF MERCURY. ALMADÉN AND IDRIJA « less
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#9 of 239 attractions in Castile-La Mancha
Category: Bridges
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Palacio del Infantado (Guadalajara)
#10 of 239 attractions in Castile-La Mancha
Category: Castles

Palacio del Infantado is the palace of the Mendoza family is the main tourist attraction in Guadalajara because it is considered as the oldest surviving building built in a pure... more »

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#11 of 239 attractions in Castile-La Mancha
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest

Bisagra Gate The Bisagra Gate is located at Calle de Alfonso VI. The Moors built the gate and its name comes from the Arabic word Bab-Shagra, which means "Door of the Sacred... more »

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Basilica of Our Lady of Prado (Talavera de la Reina)
#12 of 239 attractions in Castile-La Mancha
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Windmills (Consuegra)
#13 of 239 attractions in Castile-La Mancha
Category: Historic Sites
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#14 of 239 attractions in Castile-La Mancha
Category: Architectural Buildings
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#15 of 239 attractions in Castile-La Mancha
Category: Religious Sites

Siguenza Cathedral   The Siguenza Cathedral is located at Calle Serrano Sanz, 2. The construction was started in the 12th century by Bishop Bernardo de Agen and continued to the... more »

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#16 of 239 attractions in Castile-La Mancha
Owner description: The only museum of its kind in Spain which shows, in a superb setting (an Islamic Cave X century), a collection of pieces,... more » Owner description: The only museum of its kind in Spain which shows, in a superb setting (an Islamic Cave X century), a collection of pieces, texts, characters and symbols that have been part of the customs, legends, traditions and superstitions various peoples who inhabited the Iberian Peninsula and the two archipelagos. « less
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#17 of 239 attractions in Castile-La Mancha
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#18 of 239 attractions in Castile-La Mancha
Category: National Parks
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#19 of 239 attractions in Castile-La Mancha
Category: Bridges
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#20 of 239 attractions in Castile-La Mancha
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#21 of 239 attractions in Castile-La Mancha
Category: Art Museums
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Puerta del Sol (Toledo)
#22 of 239 attractions in Castile-La Mancha
Category: Historic Sites; Architectural Buildings
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#23 of 239 attractions in Castile-La Mancha
Category: Waterfalls
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#24 of 239 attractions in Castile-La Mancha
Category: Architectural Buildings
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#25 of 239 attractions in Castile-La Mancha
Category: Religious Sites; Specialty Museums

Sephardic Museum   The Sephardic Museum is located at Calle Samuel Levi. It  occupies the site of the Convent of Caballeros de Calatrava. This is the National Museum of... more »

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#26 of 239 attractions in Castile-La Mancha
Category: Architectural Buildings
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#27 of 239 attractions in Castile-La Mancha
Category: Historic Sites; Museums; History Museums
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Rio Tajo (Sacedon)
#28 of 239 attractions in Castile-La Mancha
Category: Bodies of Water
Owner description: Flowing 626 miles from central Spain, west across Portugal to the Atlantic Ocean, the Tagus River forms one of Europe's most... more » Owner description: Flowing 626 miles from central Spain, west across Portugal to the Atlantic Ocean, the Tagus River forms one of Europe's most important harbors at its mouth, Lisbon. « less
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#29 of 239 attractions in Castile-La Mancha
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals
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#30 of 239 attractions in Castile-La Mancha
Category: Museums

The old House-Museum of El Greco was closed for four years and renovated and now it has reopened with a new name of Museo del Greco. The founder of the Museo del Greco was Benigno... more »

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