The Romeo and Juliet of Tereul not a great deal of information or much to see but very sweet without the linked visit to San Pedro this would be a very short visit
The Church and Tower of San Pedro are located at Calle Matías Abad, s/n. The tower is thought to be the oldest tower in Teruel, along with the tower of the Cathedral. It was built around 1250 and is smaller than the tower of the Cathedral. The tower has a height of 25 meters and is made of brick and... More
What a pleasant surprise to see the new museum of the "Amantes de Teruel". We visited the tombs10 years ago and and the place was in shambles. The new museum is great...everything is well explained and the tour guide was great.
Teruel might seem unknown to foreign travellers but it is quite known to Spaniards for its very famous tale of ill fated star-crossed lovers Diego and Isabel. In 13 th century, these two youths fell in love and were not allowed to marry due to Diego's lack of wealth and Isabel's father was willing to marry her off to another... More
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