Holidays to Alcala de Henares
With its rich architectural heritage and long, fascinating history, Alcala de Henares, just outside Madrid, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It has been fought over through the ages by the Romans, Moors and Christians, and has a wealth of buildings and ruins dating back to those times. There is lots to do and see in Alcala itself, but with the capital so close by, it’s handy for Madrid trips too.
Noche en Blanco
Held in April to celebrate local 16th Century Spanish writer Cervantes, this event focuses on the city’s culture.
There has been a building in this spot since the 1200s. It's been a court house as well as an ecclesiastical residence.
With so much history, a guided tour to take you around the charming buildings, streets and ancient squares is a must.
Take a tour of the Teatro Corral de Comedias and you’ll find out about the history of theatre in the region.
Alcala is well known for its tapas and you can find tortilla, jamón and other delights at bars all around the city.
A popular snack made with deep-friend pork rind. It’s also added to stews and casseroles as an ingredient.
This place has been going for years, and it’s easy to see why, with generous, fresh tapas cooked to order.
Traditional in appearance, with dark wood and lots of tiles. This is a good place to come with for a light bite.
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