This province, which belongs to the autonomous community of Castilla La Mancha, is unique in the way it is separated in two: the old and the new town, the first hint of the high tourist interest that attracts visitors every year in terms of its potential for rural tourism. The old town sits on a rocky cliff, and embraced by the gorge of the river Júcar. The new town, the epicentre of which can be found in the street known as Carretería, both of which we recommend during your stay to do rural tourism in Cuenca.
One of the highlights of this province is its urban heritage, which you will able to see in its Casas Colgadas, the castle, or the contrasts of its architecture and old skyscrapers.
On the other hand you have the local and very rural gastronomy, and with it comes trying the 'carne de perdiz', or 'morteruelo'. All of this, without forgetting about its ore traditional dishes, such as ajoarriero.