FREE TOUR Brihuega
The best option to discover the city in an economical way.
What does the Free Tour Brihuega consist of?
Possibly your best option to get to know Cuenca in a fun and authentic way.
A moment of culture and fun for everyone.
Enjoy your free tour in Brihuega as a couple, with friends or in a group!
Free tours of Brihuega are the perfect excuse to take the time to learn more about Spain’s cultural heritage.
The free tours Brihuega are free tours organized by guides that show the most emblematic tourist sites of a town or city. These tours are usually done on foot.
While there are several options and types of free tours in Spain, most are usually tours that include approximately 10 to 12 people. and last between 1 and 3 hours depending on the planned itinerary.
In any case, always check the detailed information we provide to know all the details of your free tour: schedules, cancellation policy, meeting point and all the information you need to make the most of your experience without having to worry about anything.
What to see and do in Brihuega?
Brihuega is a town in the province of Guadalajara, in Castilla-La Mancha, Spain. The name Brihuega comes from the Celtiberian *Brigantia, which means “high or elevated”. It is located in the region of Tierra de Campos and belongs to the municipalities of Alto Tajuña.
Peña Bermeja Castle
El Castillo de la Peña Bermeja is located in Brihuega, Spain. It is a medieval castle built in the 13th century to protect the area from bandit attacks. The castle was damaged during the Spanish Civil War and is now in ruins.
Church of Santa Maria
The Church of Santa Maria de Brihuega is a Catholic church located in the Spanish town of Brihuega, in the province of Guadalajara. It was built at the end of the 12th century and is considered one of the most important monuments of the province. The church has a basilica plan with three naves separated by pillars, and a rectangular chevet with three apses.
Royal Cloth Factory
The Real Fábrica de Paños de Brihuega is an old textile factory located in the Spanish town of Brihuega, in the province of Guadalajara. The factory was built in the middle of the 18th century by order of King Charles III, with the purpose of producing fine cloths for domestic use. Throughout its history, the factory has undergone several transformations, and currently houses a museum that collects the industrial memory of the town.
We will meet at the indicated time in the park of
María Cristina Park
at the entrance of Brihuega. Once we are all together, we will start this free guided tour that will take us to discover all the charms of this town in the Alcarria.
We will walk through the streets of Brihuega while we review its history during the history during the Middle Ages. We will see the remains of the walled townwe will pass by the laundry and the El Coso square before reaching the famous
Arco de la Cadena
one of the five ancient gates of the town.
After crossing this entrance, we will approach the
Peña Bermeja Castle
where we will also find the church Prado de Santa María, a true emblem of Brihuega. To end this free tour, we will see the Real Fábrica de Paños and we will reveal its importance for the town.
We will finish the free tour two and a half hours later.
Meeting Point and Duration
The meeting point is Maria Cristina Park. The estimated duration is two and a half hours.