Pedraza Castle, Pedraza

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  • Interesting little castle in a pretty hilltop village. Visited in October and went on s guided tour which is only once a day at 12.30. Tour long winded particularly as only Spany was spoken. So.....  more
    Interesting little castle in a pretty hilltop village. Visited in October and went on s guided tour which is only once a day at 12.30. Tour long winded particularly as only Spany was spoken. So.....  more »
  • This was a surprise discovry for us as we were told of this by another couple in the hotel breakfast. We went there with a rental car and dont regret doing it. Its mostly emptly and in 2 hours you... 
    This was a surprise discovry for us as we were told of this by another couple in the hotel breakfast. We went there with a rental car and dont regret doing it. Its mostly emptly and in 2 hours you...  more »
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  • The Castle is open Wednesday to Sunday, 7€ per person. We did not visit as it was closed but would not have bothered anyway. We first visited Pedraza 26 years ago and returned for this, our fourth visit, for the town, not the Castle. It is little changed. The Plaza Major has a lovely bar and restuarant....menu prices reflecting Pedraza's popularity with the Madrilenos and its tourist appeal. It has several restuarants and bars. The back streets are well worth a wander. There is a fine artist, Rafael Sanchez Munoz, located in the town with some lovely works to admire and buy, some reasonably priced. The former jail can be visited.... again, at a price....but perhaps understandably, given that it is deemed one of the best preserved medieval prisons in Spain.There is a one way system into the town along narrow streets so what might appear a potential concern is not, though anything larger than a car will be a tight fit. Enjoy the storks if you are there in May. We watched one feeding it's young, its nest perched on a tall tower. They also nest on parts of the castle.Visit the Casa del Aquila Imperial, an information centre with much to offer and excellent and informative displays. Don't miss it out when visiting. It is on the outskirts of the town.
  • Amazing location. captivating town, Amazing Castle

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