Tereul Travel Guide
Tereul Local History
This town is often seen as a stop-over on route to Zaragoza from the coast.
The area has a very cosmopolitan history that is reflected in the architecture, as a mixture between Arab, Gothic and Roman elements.
The area was dominated for about 4 centuries by Muslim rule and has been conquered by the Christians in 1171.
Overall the town is a very quiet today.
Tereul Restaurants and Bars
Tereul is well-known for its jamon (ham).
Restaurante La Parilla 2 C. Estebán. This restaurant boasts with a very affordable menu, which includes different types of meat that are grilled on a stone fireplace.
La Taberna de Rokelin 23 Calle de Tozal. This is one of the best stops for a taste of jamón, whether it be a whole leg of ham or just a tostado con jamón (ham with tomato and olive oil). The restaurant also has a little bar.
Parador de Tereul Ctra N234. This hotel on the city outskirts is built in a Moorish style, and boasts with an excellent restaurant. Be prepared to pay slightly more expensive prices.
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