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Talavera de la Reina hotels offer comfortable accommodation for parties of any size. Whether you're visiting the region as a single traveler, perhaps on a business trip, or planning a large vacation with family and friends, you can count on Venere to help you select the most desirable hotels in the Talavera de la Reina area. The Castile-La Manchu area is one of the most picturesque in Spain, and your hotel in the 'city of pottery' is well placed for trips to Toledo or into the countryside surrounding the lush river valleys. Each Venere hotel has been vetted and rated by genuine visitors allowing you to make a truly informed choice when booking. Start your trip with confidence by choosing accommodation in Talavera de la Reina that you can rely on for quality, service and location. All of our well placed hotels are within easy reach of local attractions like the ancient city walls or pretty Trinidad Square, assuring you of a satisfying and memorable stay.

What's Talavera de la Reina Like?

Founded where the Tagus River meets the Alberche, the city of Talavera de la Reina enjoys an enviable location in central Spain. The rolling countryside and mild climate make Talavera a great alternative to the sun baked beaches of the coast, and the town is often referred to as the 'city of pottery'. The craft has been associated with the city since the 15th century and examples can be seen in museums and palaces all over the world. You'll see some excellent examples of the city's ceramics close to Talavera de la Reina hotels, and some of the best are in the Prado Gardens. The Basilica del Prado is an essential stop in its own right, and is a wonderful example of Renaissance Baroque architecture. Abderrahman III Castle is well worth seeing too, and was the site of the execution of Eleanor de Guzman, mother of Henry II of Castile, in 1351.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Talavera de la Reina

Head to the shops of Trinidad Square for some retail therapy, and pick up your own Talavera ceramics and pottery pr simply enjoy a cold cerveza at a friendly cafe or bar.A few words of Spanish will go down a treat with locals, though most employees in Venere listed Tavalera de la Reina hotels speak excellent English. Endear yourself to city residents by trying unusual dishes such as frog legs or eels in tomato sauce which are freshly caught in the city's rivers. Alternatively, do what most locals do and opt for delicious rosemary infused lamb dishes or spicy stews that are a reminder of the region's historic Muslim past.