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Casas de Haro Vacation Packages

Welcome to Casas de Haro, a Cuenca destination that's filled with adventures, charms and surprises.

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The well-known city of Madrid sits 110 miles to the northwest of Casas de Haro.

Put on a pair of walking shoes and soak up the serenity of Alarcon Visitor's Center, located 20 miles from Casas de Haro. Another good option is Sendero Hoz de Alarcon, which is 20 miles away.

Carlos Belmonte Stadium is 30 miles southeast of Casas de Haro. It's here you can see the Albacete Balompié, S.A.D. play a home game. Be sure to wear white and yellow, the team colors.

Want to experience Canada Park and Paseo Fountain? They're in La Roda, roughly 9 miles out of Casas de Haro. Tebar, yet another worthwhile place, boasts Castillo de Alarcon and Iglesia de Santo Domingo. This destination is 16 miles away.

Rada de Haro is about 25 miles northwest of Casas de Haro. This area hotspot features a whole host of attractions, including Castillo de Haro, Belmonte Castle and Colegiata de Belmonte. Should you have the time, also drop in at Caudillo Plaza and Belmonte City Hall.

Trying out traditional cuisine is about more than just satisfying appetites. It's a look into people's lives and culture.

Embark on your gastronomic adventure by tasting the abundance of local ingredients, such as olive oil and garlic.

Dine like the locals do by tasting migas (spiced breadcrumbs withpork ribs) and cochifritos (lamb or goat with seasonings).

Once you are finished with your main course, indulge in the exquisite alajú (wafer and almond slice).

Long-time travelers are aware that one of the best ways to make the most out of any vacation is to look up a few interesting words in the native tongue. ¡Que pase un buen día! is Spanish for have a nice day. There's also Bien gracias, ¿y tú, which translates to fine thanks, and you.

The 12th of October is when the entire country will mark National Day. There's sure to be plenty of festivities taking place if you're lucky enough to be here at that time.

It might not be easy saying "Adiós" to Casas de Haro, but know that this unique destination will always be here waiting for you to one day return.

When it's time for your flight home, head toward the nearest airport. You'll find it 30 miles to the southeast.

Accommodation in Casas de Haro

At this time there are no accommodations in Casas de Haro listed on Expedia's travel guide. However, if you don't minding staying a bit out of town, you could try the La Moragona Hotel in Pozoamargo, which is 4 miles away.

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