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Address: Teruel, Spain
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+34 978 70 04 00
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In England we have places like Alfriston and Shrewsbury that get clogged with tourists at the first hint of sunshine. The Aragonese equivalent had plenty of free parking, wasn't... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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Seaford, United Kingdom
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Seaford, United Kingdom
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11 reviews
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

In England we have places like Alfriston and Shrewsbury that get clogged with tourists at the first hint of sunshine. The Aragonese equivalent had plenty of free parking, wasn't too crowded and a pleasant 'unhurried' feeling about it. We visited just before Easter, so it'll probably get a lot busier towards summer. Beautiful place, interesting history and well worth including... More 

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Norwich, UK.
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18 reviews
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We were nearly put off driving up to Albarracin in our motorhome after reading reports about how treacherous and narrow the roads were. I'd like readers to know that the road from Teruel to Albarracin is wide and beautifully maintained. There are some bends, particularly as you approach Albarracin but none where you'd have to go slower than 30mph. Buses... More 

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Madrid
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66 reviews
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We parked in the free car park which I should imagine gets full on busy days. The first thing you notice is the stairs, there are lots. It's a Quaint old town built on a hillside. Very interesting if you don't mind the climb

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Thank pmacMadrid
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13 reviews
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Reviewed 18 March 2017 via mobile

This town is very pretty and small enough to see in one visit. To get to the centre you have to go up lots of steps and there's quite a lot of this all around - it's also part of the charm of it. Just keep that in mind if traveling with small children or people with limited mobility. Otherwise... More 

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Stuttgart, Germany
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Reviewed 28 December 2016

We stayed some days in Teruel and did daytrips to the places around. One trip we did to Albarracin. At the entrance of the city are a lot of free parking places. Start here with exploring the city by foot. There is a tourist information on the main street that can give you the most important information about the city.... More 

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Dublin
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Reviewed 24 December 2016

If you are any where near this area a visit to here is a must. Coming from Teruel there is parking by the bridge and a tourist info location there. you can get maps and info for the city before you head off for a wonder around. It is a very hilly city with loads of steps but it is... More 

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Teruel, Spain
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Reviewed 20 December 2016

A very beautifulll and historical site. Not only is it a village with traditional architecture, but it is located in a spectacular location and has numerous monuments and museums to visit. There are beautiful walks along the river and very close a route through the pinewoods of Rodeno with prehistoric paintings. It is an essential visit and is located very... More 

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Madrid, Madrid, Spain
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Reviewed 21 November 2016

Did a trip to Dinopolis with the kids and decided to take in this recommended village on the way back. Was very tourist oriented and while pretty was quite a drive. We visited on a Sunday and would recommend any other day as a lot of places were closed.

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London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 14 November 2016

The approach to Albarracin from Teruel is very interesting. It begins with vast plains of agricultural land. A few miles outside Teruel you will see strange objects sticking up from the flatness of the landscape. As you get closer you realise that these are the tail fins of jumbo jets in various airline colours. You are passing one of Spain's... More 

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Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
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Reviewed 11 November 2016 via mobile

We passed through Albarracin on our way to the Peracense Castle. It's a very nice and small town, really worth the visit.

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