TRAVEL WITH AVLO

Cuenca is a unique destination, where you will fall in love with all it has to offer. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage City, this enclave is full of historical and cultural heritage, such as its medieval fortress, or its civil and religious architecture dating from the twelfth to the eighteenth centuries.

Look out over its magnificent viewpoints, such as Mirador del Castillo or Mirador del Rey, from where you can admire the wonderful mix of natural and urban spaces.

What better than taking a walk along the banks of the River Huécar at sunset, providing incredible panoramic views of the famous Hanging Houses and the medieval San Martín Skyscrapers. Sounds tempting, right?

Cuenca is synonymous with cuisine, from its most traditional typical dishes like its famous migas or morteruelo, to the most avant-garde restaurants serving up local, high-quality produce.

Enjoy nature and take in one of the hiking trails that Cuenca has to offer, with different options for all levels.

Travelling by train to Cuenca is the fastest, most comfortable and sustainable option. The city has something for everybody, meaning it doesn't matter whether you are travelling alone, with your family, children or with friends. What's more, it always offers the best price.At Avlo, we like to make things easy for you.

 

CUENCA FERNANDO ZÓBEL STATION

Cuenca Fernando Zóbel station is open from 6:45 a.m. until 22:30 a.m. and offers a wide range of services:

  • Ticket sale
  • Taxi rank
  • Bus connections
  • Adapted for people with reduced mobility
  • Car park 

In addition, at Cuenca Fernando Zóbel station, Avlo trains connect each day to other destinations, offering travel by train to Madrid (2 daily trains), Valencia (2 daily trains) and Requena-Utiel (2 daily trains). 

Use our easy-to-use search engine to find all available Avlo, AVE and train schedules, fares and ticket prices to your destination.

  • In the Enchanted City, nestled in Serranía Natural Park, you can enjoy an extraordinary natural landscape with unique rock formations dating back over 90 million years.
  • A city bursting with history that also has room for contemporary art. You cannot miss the Museum of Spanish Abstract Art, Espacio Torner or the Antonio Pérez Foundation.
  • Did you know... during the reconstruction of the Cathedral of Cuencain 1910, items including a box of coins, relics from the old façade and press cuttings from the time were hidden inside one of the stones?
  • Find out about Diego, Diana and the legend of the Devil's Cross at the Hermitage of the Virgen de las Angustias.