Better than the average museum of religious art in Spain, this has an excellent collection of Flemish tapestries, some fine Romanesque...
Museo de Cuenca
Exceptionally well laid out and well documented (in Spanish), exhibits here range from the Bronze Age to the 18th century. Sala 7 is...
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...
Bar La Tinaja
Enjoying an ace position beside the cathedral, this place is typically crowded with crusty locals here for the delicious (and free)...
San Juan Plaza Mayor
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...
Plaza Mayor · interesting places nearby
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 1177. Highlights within include the Gothic tombs of the Montemayor family, an impressive sacristy, the chapterhouse artesonado ceiling and several stunning stained-glass windows.