The Church of San Miguel, a Romanesque jewel, should be high on your list of things to do in Almazan. It was declared to be a Monument of Cultural Interest in 1931 and since then millions of tourists have come to see it as one of the most important places to visit in Almazan.
So let's start our route of things to see in Almazan with this religious monument and continue to the former Convent of Mercy, also declared a cultural landmark. Next there is the city's walled enclosure, which includes the Puerta de Herrero. The Puerta del Postiguillo at the Plaza Santa Maria is another of the interesting Almazan attractions.
Another monument of cultural interest, and another of the best attractions in Almazan, is the Palace of the Hurtado de Mendoza, the former bishop's house, and a historic building for the inhabitants of this city. It is definitely of importance to the cultural heritage of the city, so if you're wondering what to do in Almazan, this is unmissable.
As we continue through the streets we find more Almazan activities as we reach the Plaza Mayor, with the statue of Diego Lainez and Town Hall. You're sure to find plenty of stuff to do in Almazan! Search minube to find out more about this great city.