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this is a cracker of a pedestrian bridge....
If you are scared of heights, like I am, it presents a challenge, but well worth it.
You can get a real feel for the inclination of the place, but can also get some great pictures, and...More
It’s boards creak and the bridge moves ever so slightly and it’s safety side rails are not too high. It can also get very busy on a Sunday! Nevertheless it feels totally safe and is well worth it. If you do cross from the old...More
I found the bridge to be a bit scary but a single traveler asked us if we would walk across it with her and I thought that was brilliant. We managed very well but I saw many people stopped on the bridge taking photos so...More
We were travelling as two couples, one American and one English, staying in the Paradores across the ravine so we had to cross this bridge a couple of times. Not only does it give you magnificent views of the hanging houses but also of the...More
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Bus ticket can be bought on line for a direct bus from Madrid to Cuenca. Madrid main bus station is two metro stops from Atocha train station. Bus takes 2 hours and drops you off in the newer part of Cuenca. From there... More
Bus ticket can be bought on line for a direct bus from Madrid to Cuenca. Madrid main bus station is two metro stops from Atocha train station. Bus takes 2 hours and drops you off in the newer part of Cuenca. From there, you can walk to the historic cliff area of town.