While the Spanish capital has loads to offer even the most discerning traveler and city-breaker, there may be times when you want to explore a little more than just the city sights.
If you can’t get enough of Spanish culture there’s no better way to soak it up than spending a few days in the capital before taking some exciting day trips to spectacular spots around the region.
The town of about 200,000 inhabitants is a repository of great Spanish culture, particularly art and literature.
It is the Peñalara Mountain that is the highest in the region, and the image of its reflection in the lake on a clear days is one of the most serene sights.
It is most famous for the Casas Colgantes (Hanging Houses). These are houses that are perched right on the edge of the cliff.