|Water bottle (1.5 liter)||$2.49|
|Mid range bottle of wine||$10.85|
|Water bottle (0.33 liter)||$2.71|
|1 min. of prepaid mobile tariff||$0.54|
|Tennis court rent (1 hour on weekend)||$15.82|
|Apartment (3 bedrooms) outside of centre||$858.76|
|Cinema, international release, 1 seat||$13.56|
|1 Pair of men leather shoes||$112.99|
Albacete is a city in southeastern Spain, 258 km away from the capital. Although it’s a commercial and industrial city, every year, tourists come here to visit some of the city’s beautiful architectural and historical landmarks. Albacete is very well connected via train, road and air. The main airport of the city is Los Llanos Airport. It offers several flights to different corners of the world and tourists can easily find cheap flights to Albacete by searching online travel portals. There are a number of budget and luxurious hotels in Albacete, providing accommodation to people visiting the city for the first time.
There are many places to see in the city and if you want to see them all, don’t waste any time. As soon as you reach the town via cheap flights to Albacete, hire a car for the entire day and start your sightseeing tour with your friends/family members.
The first place to visit is the Albacete Museum. There are three different sections in the museum – Archaeology, Fine Art and Ethnology. All three sections showcase objects from the glorious past of the nation; however, the Fine Art section is not as interesting as the other two. If history does not excite you, visit Easter and Drum Museum to see some of the rarest drums, collected from all over the world. There is also a collection of Easter Week murals from Tobarra in the museum.
Sa Juan Bautista Cathedral is the religious landmark of the town. The construction work of this Gothic style church began in 16th century but only recently, the work was completed. It has admirable chapels in Gothic style with vaulted ceilings and star-shaped skylights. The Renaissance style baptismal font is worth a watch.
There are two massive castles in Albacete and you should not miss them. The first fortress to visit is Almansa Castle. It was built in 14th century and later in 15th century, Marquis of Villena modified the castle to make it stronger. It is one of the most well preserved castles in Spain.
End your tour by visiting Castillo de Chinchilla de Montearagón. It was originally an Arab castle, built in 15th century, which was restored by Marquis of Villena. The castle takes you back to a time when knights used to roam around the country on robust horses wearing shining armor.
If you want to relive the history of this culturally rich nation, promptly plan a journey to Albacete.