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Puente de San Pablo (Saint Paul Bridge)

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Absolutely spectacular

What a surprise this city has been. One of the most scenic views of the Casas colgadas or hanging... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
dicod712
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Oslos, Denmark
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Spectacular!..

It's a bit of climb to the bridge (we walked on the road to the Parador -to cross and then enter... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
mabinho
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Seville, Spain
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

What a surprise this city has been. One of the most scenic views of the Casas colgadas or hanging houses imaginable. The photos don't do it justice. If youre in Madrid this place is a must visit. Incredible.

Thank dicod712
Reviewed 1 week ago

It's a bit of climb to the bridge (we walked on the road to the Parador -to cross and then enter the old city). High above a gorge the iron bridge is a bit scary if you're not keen on heights. It has surprising low...More

Thank mabinho
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you are in Cuenca this is a must-see...... the bridge is super safe and the vistas from it are spectacular. Take a wide angle lens or do a panoramic shot from the bridge and impress your family and friends!

Thank Diana P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Walk up to the bridge to get a great view of the hanging houses. Also the parador hotel is by the side of the bridge ... pop in for a glass of wine and enjoy the surroundings.

Thank jollygilly
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We stayed at the Parador hotel that is across the bridge in Cuenca . Many of us in our group are afraid of heights but while Iin Cuenca we had no choice but to cross the bridge. This surprisingly became easier and quite enjoyable by...More

Thank Roy_Goods
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Really interesting bridge from the Parador side of the gorge to the old town Great in the evening for photo opportunity’s as most of the surrounding buildings are floodlit Great view of one of the main Casa Colgadas too Not for the faint hearted as...More

Thank curzonparkboy
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

It doesn't seem so high from below, but once you're on it you better don't look down. Offers a spectacular view of the river and the cliffs around. To its end lays one of the entrances to the old Town.

Thank Javier A
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

It is worth the walk down to this bridge for the views back over the city and the "hanging houses". You can also walk down to the river and then back up to the parking lot by the castle ruins although you would need a...More

Thank stonewithnomoss
Reviewed June 1, 2018 via mobile

Not the most stunning or beautiful bridge but it does give great views and photo opportunities of the old city and the hanging houses. The height as it traverses the gorge does give it a little edge particularly if it's windy, if wary of heights...More

Thank Dunc59traveller
Reviewed May 24, 2018

What is all the excitement about? Just a rickety foot bridge with a view of one side of the town. Was expecting so much more. View of "hanging houses ok but they aren't much.

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RGinSG
October 22, 2016|
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As previous replies - can all be accessed by car - but I would suggest avoiding peak periods in the old town.
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twodubs
May 7, 2016|
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Response from Archited2013 | Reviewed this property |
Bus ticket can be bought on line for a direct bus from Madrid to Cuenca. Madrid main bus station is two metro stops from Atocha train station. Bus takes 2 hours and drops you off in the newer part of Cuenca. From there... More
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