Leaving from your accommodation in Cuenca, you'll make a stop at the Ventano del Diablo viewpoint with spectacular views over the Júcar canyon. You will be able to observe vultures or Egyptian vultures, among other birds, flying over your heads. After the short stop, you'll reach the Enchanted City which is a natural place that was declared Natural Site of National Interest in 1929. Nowadays, it is included within the limits of the Natural Park of Serranía de Cuenca (PNSC) and declared as High-priority Protection Area by its exceptional geomorphological value of international interest. After the visit, you will have some free time for lunch (lunch is available as an option).
Once lunch is over, you will take a panoramic tour through the Huécar river sickle that will take you under the cliffs to the highest part of the city, El Barrio del Castillo. From here you will descend on foot visiting the most emblematic corners and monuments of the Medieval quarter of the city. Afterward, you will stop at Mirador Barrio del Castillo to start the guided tour though Plaza Mayor de Cuenca, the Hanging Houses and Saint Paul Bridge. After the guided tour, the bus will pick you up again to return to Cuenca.