Albacete is the most important city in Castilla-La Mancha and it is the reference local economic engine of Spain.
Having its origins in the the Arab conquest of the Iberian Peninsula times, it is now a modern capital city, with large spaces for the passer-by and wide green areas..
Its flat terrain and the removal of architectural barriers, has given place to one of the cities with the largest access possibilities in all of the country.
Within this contrasts land, you can find a multitude of beautiful natural landscapes, as well as archaeological sites, prehistoric paintings, museums, and so on.
Among its monuments, we find the San Juan Bautista Cathedral, built upon the history of four centuries: from the Mudejar to the XX Century. Its four Renaissance columns were the cause for its construction stopping and now are the reason for its visiting. Read here the terms for disabled people.
Also, in the Archeological Museum of Albacete you can find local paleolithic deposits. The one hundred pieces donated to Albacete by Benjamín Palencia, gather a collection worthy of some of the best art galleries in the world. Read here the terms for disabled people.
Last but not least, to be able to know the rich natural and cultural biodiversity of the whole Castilian-Manchegan community, there’s nothing like visiting the Botanical Garden of Castilla-La Mancha. Read here the terms for disabled people.
Gastronomy, craftsmanship and sports are the other charming components of this land, halfway between the Iberian Peninsula and the Mediterranean coastline.
Read here this information about disabled people elaborated by Tourism of Albacete.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Albacete; Turismo en Albacete.