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Puertollano is an industrial city in Spain, located more exactly within the province of Cuidad Real, in the Castile-La Mancha autonomous community, on the AVE High Speed Train line connecting Madrid to Seville. The history of Puertollano goes back to prehistoric times, as evidence show that the area was inhabited even then. However, Puertollano was not granted the town status until the 16th century. Since then, Puertollano has slowly yet dramatically developed, particularly because of the textile and ceramic industries. According to the 2009 census, Puertollano has a total population of 51,842 residents and spans on a total area of 87.54 square miles (226.74 sq km). Puertollano is also the largest industrial center in the region. Even though it is an industrial city, Puertollano still has many attractions and beautiful places worth visiting.
Top Attractions within Puertollano
The Asunción church is one of the most representative religious sites in Puertollano. It is also one of the largest and oldest churches. Another church you could visit, but a more modern one, is the San Jose church, which is surrounded by a beautiful park.
Las Seiscientas's Lake is a beautiful recreational place in the core of the nature where you will be able to relax, take in the fresh air, and admire the beautiful scenery. Not only will you be able to admire the scenery, but also the beautiful swans and a wide array of flowers. This is the perfect place to relax and escape the hustle and bustle of the big city.
La madre del cordero is an exquisite restaurant in Puertollano where you will definitely enjoy a satisfying meal. The menu is diverse and features numerous choices that will satisfy every taste bud, but it mainly focuses on Spanish cuisine. The food is absolutely delicious! The staff is attentive, the service is great and the atmosphere is really nice, so you will clearly have a good time when coming here. Another great restaurant you could try is Les Escuderos.