San Juan Plaza Mayor
Better than the average museum of religious art in Spain, this has an excellent collection of Flemish tapestries, some fine Romanesque...
Dominating the Plaza Mayor, Cuenca's cathedral was built on the site of the main mosque after the city's reconquest by Alfonso VIII in...
Museo de Cuenca
Exceptionally well laid out and well documented (in Spanish) exhibits range from the Bronze Age to the 18th century. Sala 7 is...
Lolita Lounge Bar
A slick minimalist bar with lots of steely metal and slate. Cocktails, a huge range of gins and tonic, imported beers and a good mix of...
Mesón Casas Colgadas
Housed in one of the casas colgadas, Cuenca's gourmet pride and joy fuses an amazing location with delicious traditional food on the...
Lonely Planet review
This bright and buzzy tapas bar on Plaza Mayor has fine cathedral views from its terrace and a good selection of tasty bar snacks. The dining room offers a broad range of cheap eats, including a wide selection of rice dishes for two, as well as salads and grilled meats. Simpler dishes are the way to go here. Service is scatty.