Cuenca is a city set in the mountains of east-central Spain. Founded by Moors, it retains its walled old town with steep cobbled streets and medieval castle ruins. It is most famous for its well-preserved casas colgadas (hanging houses).

San Pablo Bridge

UNESCO world heritage

Cuenca Cathedral

13th century

Serranía de Cuenca

mountain, wildlife

Science Museum of Castilla La Mancha

astronomy museum