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We took a tour with the tourist office, I think it was really worthwhile. They tell you the story of some buildings and some curiosities and you can enter a couple of places that I guess it is hard to enter otherwise (the Cripta and...More
I didn't book any tour to visit Sos del Rey Catolico, I think the best to enjoy the village is just walking around by yourself and enjoy getting lost in it. You will have the impression to be back in the Middle Age and you...More
What a magnificent medieval city. The king from which the town gets its name was the future father-in-law of Henry VIII of England. History at every turn. A map will be available at your hotel or the Tourist Information Office if you are lucky enough...More
Wonderful little town with almost no acknowledgement that time is moving forward. Park and walk the twisty streets. Wear comfortable shoes and bring your imagination and a camera. A few restaurants, a parador, a hotel, a pharmacy and a tiny grocery store are the only...More
I know there are other walled towns and this one is a little off the beaten track but it was well worth the visit. The winding cobbled streets and overhanging buildings are a photographic gem. Much of the central area is inaccessible to traffic, great...More
One guide book said that if this lovely medieval village was located in Tuscany it would be world famous and inundated with tourists, yet during our three day stay in Sos we only saw one Spanish tour group a day. It is a fabulous place,...More
One of many hilltop towns in Aragon, with narrrow ancient streets, a top-of-the-hill church and tower, and some interesting restaurants worth visiting, Along with a small grocery store, pharmacy, bakery and chocolate shop and a few other small stores, the town offers an interesting glimpse...More