Torre de Mangana
The Torre de Mangana, near Plaza Mangana, is the last remnant of a fortress that was built by Cuenca's Muslim rulers. It is all that...
Museo de las Ciencias
This family-friendly science museum has displays that range from a time machine to plenty of interactive gadgets to keep the kiddies...
Museo de Arte Abstracto Español
This impressive contemporary art museum is one of several spaces in Cuenca devoted to modern art and sculpture, its galleries memorably...
Celebrated chef Manuel de la Osa's second restaurant at Ars Natura showcases unique dishes using traditional local ingredients, like red...
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Ars Natura information
This impressive environmental museum has several vast galleries with interactive exhibits on local flora and fauna, climate change, local geology and environmental impact studies as well as basket-weaving video demonstrations. All information is in Spanish, but there's enough here to keep nonspeakers interested, including a river-fish aquarium and an outdoor section with examples of different wetland environments and sustainable technologies. Bus 7 stops outside. It was closed for renovation when we visited but should be open by the time you read this.