Eating and sleeping in Cuenca


Eating and sleeping in Cuenca

I recommend Caserio

Good “Tapeo”

Located inside the castle, with a pleasant esplanade that “invites us” (and we didn’t use because it was full and we had to go inside) it is a simple restaurant with local food.

We decided to eat as locals, a set of tiny dishes with several different cooking (“tapas”) and enjoyed them.

It was cheap, but I think that, with a formal meal, the prices would rise a little.

Favorite Dish: Pincho moruno

Address: Calle Larga, 17

I recommned Dulcinea – What a look!

Eating and sleeping in Cuenca
Eating and sleeping in Cuenca

We didn’t enter this bar, but I was very attracted by its look.

If I needed to have a drink or to eat in the area this should be the place.

Address: S Pedro street, 6

I recommend Good option


Good accessibility

Located in front of the hospital, easily accessible and with good parking solutions (we had) this simple hostel is comfortable, with a modern look and well elaborated decorations. The services are minimum, without breakfast and with the reception working only a few hours of the day – the main door is operated by the rooms card.

Good bathroom, air-conditioned, modern TV, comfortable beds.

For a simple night sleep it worked fine, but if you have any extra needs this basic solution may be insufficient.

​Address: Avenida de los Alfares, 52

Phone: (34) 969 690806

Website: Hostal

​Posada de San Jose


Looks like a church, but it is a hostel!

Keeping the facade of an old school, the building was transformed in 1983 and became a “Posada”.

​I don’t know its qualities as a place to stay, but I do congratulate the owners for the idea.

Website: Posada