Lured in by the impressive old-looking façade (it was actually cleverly rebuilt in neo-Gothic style in 1902), Cuneca’s cathedral is well worth a visit – and not just for those attending Mass. It 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, and the chapter house artesonado (wooden) ceiling. In typical Cuenca fashion, the unusual abstract stained-glass windows were added in the 20th century.
The hugely detailed audioguide has 37 stops – enough to keep you occupied all day!