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I have visited this place 5 times in my life at different ages and I have beautiful memories of all my visits. It is a very nice place for hiking for those who enjoy nature. If you care close to Soria, Zaragoza or Madrid and...More
We walked through the park at Monasterio de Piedra this morning. What an amazing experience! Wear supportive shoes or sandals. You also need to be able to go up and down quite a few steps, but my 75-year-old uncle did well and kept up with...More
Found this place purely by chance, and have to say it was one of the most spectacular parks I have visited.
I’m sure it gets busy at weekends and over the summer, but pick a sunny Spring or Autumn day midweek and you may have...More
BUT,,,, if you don’t like highs or are claustrophobic or suffer of legs or hips problems you should search about it before going in. Some very steep long steps and narrow spaces. Otherwise you are going for a treat.
Made a detour on the way from Madrid to Zaragoza. At first thought the 15euro admission was steep but it was well worth it. Plan to spend at least 90 minutes hiking through the forest and caves. Many beautiful waterfalls to see. Lots of stairs!...More
Although it is extremely touristy (and packed), it is really worth the trip. The recommended track takes around 2h (walking slowly, pausing for taking pictures, etc). It is not recommended for people with walking problems or babies in trolleys, because there are many stairs. The...More
We were a little surprised at the entrance fee of 15 Euro, so thought it could be yet another tourist trap. How wrong we were as it was well worth it. The park is in a natural valley carved out by the river and contains...More