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Castle of Jadraque, Jadraque

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  • On a break I approaching Jadraque to see his castle. While it is true that cannot be visited inside the stroll around the viewing if imposing presence makes you admire most those who preceded us. The views over the spectacular vegas. End with a visit to the Church, in it you can admire an altarpiece restored in 2016 which is more than worthy.
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  • Castle well preserved and easy to visit. It has beautiful views of the entire Valley of the Henares and the Sierra of the High King.
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  • The truth that did not know the area, but is impressed, not only by the history of the castle itself, also by the fabulous views of the henares Valley. I got in touch with the Office of tourism of Jadraque to inform me about the Castle, if there were visits, schedules, etc.; and they told me that there is a GUIDED, highly recommended, by the people, which includes the entrance to the Castle. I note, and the truth that I love. For those who say that the castle is closed, I recommend that you get in touch with the tourist office, and you inform, because for that they are, to get information about opening hours and visits. I repeat: before you say that something is closed, please inform you correctly, and get in touch with the Office of tourism of Jadraque.
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  • You can not pass near the and not to visit it. It cannot be visited inside her now, but you can visit all your walls from the outside, and is worth without a doubt, beautiful place at the top of a hill, does not charge for its entrance and parking is available near the entrance. Without a doubt a place from which views you leave wanting to come back and visit it...
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  • Ortega y Gasset said that this castle stood on the Hill more perfect in the world. From the time of the Iberians was a fortress that was changing hands depending on the change of cultures. It is named first, because el Cid conquered at the time of the Moorish invasion and second, because it was acquired by Cardinal Mendoza, he claimed to be a descendant of the Cid and gave it to one of his sons, called Díaz Rodrigo de Vivar. The Castle has been restored at various times, but remains closed to the public. Yet both the view from outside as from the ramparts is spectacular.
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  • This Spanish Fort worth a visit no hurry... to admire the Valley of the Henares. Spectacular.
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