Albarracín medieval town in Spain



Albarracín is a small town near Teruel, with a little more than a thousand inhabitants. Walking through the narrow and steep streets, you can feel as if we were in a different era. Arab invaders called this town Aben Razin, the name comes from a Berber surname. For starters, I recommend climbing the remains of the wall that once surrounded the village. From above, we will be able to enjoy a wonderful view of the entire city. And then you must stroll through the beautiful streets of this medieval town. In my opinion it is one of the most beautiful places in Spain, but judge for yourself. Please see my photo gallery from the trip to Albarracín. If you have any questions, feel free to ask in the comments below. I will try to answer all of them, of course, as long as I know the answer 🙂 I think that three or four hours is enough time to visit everything in this place.

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