The walks through the center of Cuenca, you can enjoy traveling through the north of the province of Cuenca, a Spanish municipality with an altitude of 946 meters above sea level, 911 square kilometers and an approximate population for the census of 2019 of 54,690 inhabitants.
Cuenca is one of the most beautiful cities in Spain and its settlement in these lands dates back to the Muslim conquest, when the Qünka fortress was built; which gave birth to the current city.
Magical Hispania: in the center of Cuenca there are also mysteries
In the province of Cuenca, the textile industry was developed during the 15th and 16th centuries, but it disappeared in the 17th century.
At present, tourism has developed as the main economic activity, and has been promoted since 1996, when the old town was declared a world heritage site.
The organization of Hispania Mágica reinforces tourism through walks to the center of Cuenca, based on the important historical and architectural heritage that extends throughout the old city along with the stories, legends and secrets that are hidden behind the streets and walls of Cuenca. Being one of the most visited attractions by tourists the cathedral or the Hanging Houses, which have become a symbol for the city.
Within the route of strolls by the center of Cuenca that is programmed to the tourists, are the numerable museums that are in the city, more than ten in total. The most beautiful and outstanding are the Museum of Spanish Abstract Art, the Museum of Sciences of Castilla La Mancha and the Museum of Cuenca.
Tourists can participate in cultural activities such as Holy Week and the week of Religious Music, where they share prayers, to the religious figures that are in the cathedral. Living this experience with the residents of the city and sharing the chants is magical.