There are many attractions for visitors to Cuenca to explore, including museums, cathedrals, churches, castles, the famous hanging houses, and more.

            The Spanish Museum of Abstract Art is located in the city center of Cuenca and is open year round to visitors.   The standard entry fee is €3.00, but reduced fares are available.   The museum is open Tuesday through Sunday, and is closed on Mondays.  

            Dating back to the 12 th century, the Catedral de Nuestra Señora de Gracia was originally built in a gothic style, but changed during the Renaissance to mach the style of the times.  This Cathedral is open to the public year round (closed during public holidays), and charges an entry fee of €2.80.  

            The Castillo de Cuenca (or the Cuenca Castle) was built in the 16th century and has eroded almost to the point where nothing remains.  This castle is unique because visitors are allowed to approach and wander around its ruins without restrictions.

            The famous Hanging Houses are an attraction for which this city is known.  There used to be many of these lining the rocky cliffs of the area, but today only three remain. 

            For complete, detailed information about the various attractions of Cuenca, follow this Cuenca Tourism link, and under the “Multimedia” heading on the right hand side of the page, download the “Guides” (PDF) file.