Hotel Reservations in Albacete
Get to know the South Western region of Spain,
known as Castile-La Mancha, when you stay in the modern city of Albacete in a luxury hotel. While one can appreciate all the modern
amenities this city has to offer, it manages to hold onto its centuries old
charm at the same time. Albacete
may be the most populated city in this region, but the area itself is one of
the most rural of Spain. The Castile-La Mancha terrain served as a
backdrop for Miguel de Cervantes world famous piece of literature Don Quixote. The windmills, which Don Quixote fought off
believing them to be ferocious monsters in the story, still exist today.
Learn about the extensive history of the construction of the Albacete
Cathedral which began in 1515 and after centuries of alterations was finally
completed in 1960. Walk through the
Lodares Passage and admire the early 20th century Modernist Architecture
of this 3 story Spanish gallery which serves both as a residential building and
a marketplace to the city. Sunlight
streams down onto a long passageway which runs through the center of this
gallery from a glass and ironwork enclosure from up above.
Try Manchego cheese which is produced from the whole milk of region's Manchega
sheep. Pair afternoon tapas off with a
glass of wine created from one of the many surrounding wineries. Over half of Spain's wines originate from this
Book 3, 4 and 5 Star Hotels in Albacete
Immerse yourself in true Spanish culture when you stay in a luxury
hotel in Albacete.
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