If you’re looking for quiet and non touristic place, then Mirador del Torreón is your spot. Viewpoint is located in Facultad de Psicología area, away from crowds. You can’t even find it on touristc map you’re going to have from infromation point. Mirador is surrounded by big green surface, trees, paths and old walls. The passage of time distroyed a place, but I think vandals have done something worse than passing time. Besides that, the arbor remains its magic.

When I arrived to this place for the first time in in February 2013 I was shocked by its beauty. And since then I was constantly thinking about taking a brand new, completely different picture of this maintained place. If you’d like to read more – I recommend this spanish website. I think it’s the only one I found with big amount of informations about this place.

Next to Mirador del Torreón you can find Monte del Sombrero.

On the way to Monte del Sombrero

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