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What's Ciudad Real Like?

Ciudad Real is famous for its churches and cathedrals. The cathedral of Santa Maria del Prado, for example, has the second largest nave in Spain, whilst the Iglesia Parroquial de San Pedro is another gorgeous religious building. Ciudad Real is also home to some amazing natural beauty; visit the nearby Parque Nacional de Cabaneros for a memorable stroll amid some native flora and fauna. Gassett Park is another elegant place for a walk, and a lovely location for a family picnic as well. The Museo Manuel Lopez Villasenor is full of fascinating exhibits and is a great place to while away an afternoon: culture buffs should not miss it.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Ciudad Real

There are two main languages spoken in Spain: Castilian Spanish and Catalan. Ciudad Real is situated in Castile La Mancha, and Spanish is spoken here. The people here are friendly and welcoming, and who knows you may be invited to have dinner with a business acquaintance or someone else that you meet while staying here. In that case, it helps to brush up on your Spanish etiquette. One rule of thumb, for example, is always to bring a little gift when you visit someone, such as a box of chocolates or a pastry. When you arrive you can always greet them with a 'hello': 'hola' (which is pronounced 'o-la'). At Hotels.com we are experts in travel to destinations throughout the world, and we love using our local knowledge to help you to find your perfect accommodation - why not book with us today?