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Teruel

Teruel, the capital of the homonymous province in Aragon, is a city that distills history, art and architecture, and is especially famous for its Mudejar heritage, recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. This recognition is due to the richness and uniqueness of its monuments, which represent one of the best examples of Mudejar architecture in Spain, an artistic fusion of Christian and Islamic influences unique in the world.

The Torre de El Salvador, the Torre de San Martín and the Torre de San Pedro are architectural jewels that stand out in the urban landscape of Teruel. These towers, along with the Cathedral of Santa María de Mediavilla, show the extraordinary skill of Mudejar artisans in working with brick, creating complex geometric patterns that adorn both exteriors and interiors. The cathedral, in particular, houses an impressive polychrome wooden coffered ceiling, considered one of the most important Mudejar ceilings in Europe.

Beyond its Mudejar architecture, Teruel is known for its connection with the tragic love story of the Lovers of Teruel, Diego de Marcilla and Isabel de Segura, whose remains rest in the Mausoleum of the Lovers, a must-see place for those who enter the city. This legend, which has been compared to that of Romeo and Juliet, permeates the identity of Teruel and is celebrated every year with a festival that recreates medieval times, filling the streets with color, music and tradition.

The medieval aqueduct, another key piece in the urban landscape of Teruel, demonstrates the advanced engineering of the time. Although part of it was rebuilt in the 16th century, it remains a testimony to the importance of water and its management in the history of the city.

In addition to its architectural heritage, Teruel offers its visitors an enriching cultural experience, with museums such as the Provincial Museum, which houses collections ranging from archeology to modern art. The local gastronomy, with dishes such as Teruel ham, adds another attraction to the experience of visiting this city.

Our guided tours in Teruel invite you to walk through its cobbled streets, to discover its squares and corners full of history, and to let yourself be carried away by the beauty of a city that, although sometimes described as the great unknown of Aragon, contains architectural and cultural treasures that make it unforgettable.

What guided tours do we have for you in Teruel?

Meeting point: Plaza del Torico

Teruel Mudejar City

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Meeting point: Top of the Escalinata

Night Teruel and Legends

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