There has been a functioning restaurant here for over a hundred years. Even before that, the building was a traditional inn that provided food and ... More
Venta de Aires
There has been a functioning restaurant here for over a hundred years. Even before that, the building was a traditional inn that provided food and shelter for travellers. Nowadays, the clientele is mainly made up of tourists and local people celebrating weddings and other family gatherings in the spacious function rooms. Regular diners tend to order the Toledo-style partridge after they've tried it once. The crema de cangrejo (crab bisque) and the magras a caballo (potato omelette with Serrano ham inside and lean pork and sauce on top) are are worth trying too. The daily set menu costs EUR 19.23.
This square is the central point of the city where locals and visitors get the chance to meet. The main
streets of the old part of town start here and lead tourists to the principal historical sites. You can ...
Located in Plaza del Conde and close to Santo Tome church, this mansion was built by the first Count of
Fuensalida, Don Pedro Lopez de Ayala, in 1440. It is Mudejar (Moorish Spanish) in style and the two storey ...
This stronghold was built by Alfonso VI on a hill high above the city on the site of the ruins
of a Muslim fort. It is rectangular in structure and flanked by four square towers. The facade presents rows ...