Hi! My name is Cristian and I am from Cuenca, Spain. 3 years ago I started working as a guide in my land and some time later, together with a friend, I was the co-founder of a tourism company. I obtained the title of official tourist guide almost 2 years ago and, since then, my purpose is to disseminate the history, the legends, and the coolest and most interesting thi...
Hi! My name is Cristian and I am from Cuenca, Spain. 3 years ago I started working as a guide in my land and some time later, together with a friend, I was the co-founder of a tourism company. I obtained the title of official tourist guide almost 2 years ago and, since then, my purpose is to disseminate the history, the legends, and the coolest and most interesting things of Cuenca to anyone who wants to know it. Today, I am The Juggler of History, so I tell the history of Cuenca in a rigorous, entertaining, and professional way. I'm delighted to be your guide in Cuenca and that together we not only get to know it but together we discover it: its history, its culture, its heritage, it's past and it's present. Let yourself be guided by the minstrel of history. We sure had a great time!
Discover the charm of a World Heritage city in the light of the moon. You will be surprised how much Cuenca changes at night, transforming into a city that will make you immerse yourself in the medieval era. We will start in the Anteplaza, next to the information and tourism office next to the Town Hall. From there we will continue to the Plaza Mayor to see the facade of the Cathedral and the ruins of the bell tower. We will continue going up Julián Romero street until we reach the church of San Pedro, the first church in the city, and the old court of the Inquisition. Afterwards, we will begin to descend through the Ronda del Júcar to the Plaza de San Nicolás, and from there, we will reach the final stretch of the tour, visiting the skyscrapers of San Martín. The tour will end at the side of the Hanging Houses, seeing the facade of the National Tourism Parador and the bridge of San Pablo. Important note: the tour can be done with a pushchair, but it is much better and more comfortable to carry a backpack with the little ones, since there will be stairs in some sections. It is a complementary tour to "Daytime Wonder", since 40% of it is different.
Meeting point: Open in Google Maps
How to find me: I will be in the mosaic of stones forming the coat of arms of the city of Cuenca, next to the information and tourism office (Alfonso VIII street, number 2). I will wear yellow, black or white clothing with company lettering.
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Cristian es un crack. Nos llevó por la historia y las leyendas de Cuenca de manera muy divertida y dinámica!! Recomendado 100%
Una tarde interesante llena de muchas curiosidades,el recorrido me ha parecido de gran calidad, Cristian es un gran profesional, me ha encantado hacer el recorrido con él,ha sido una gran experiencia.Muchas gracias por las horas tan agradables que nos has hecho pasar, repetiremos contigo sin dudar
Nos ha encantado!! Y Cristian un fenómeno!! Éramos mi marido,mis hijas y yo solos para la ruta y se nos hecho super ameno,caso se puede decir q ha sido un pase VIP. Nos ha descubierto rincones que no conocíamos de Cuenca,pese a haber ido en varias ocasiones. Atento, simpático y como guía un 10!!
Resumiendo: tanto nos gustó que repetimos al día siguiente en otra de sus rutas. Gran conocedor de la historia de la ciudad, pero sobre todo destaca por su gran empatía.
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