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Converted from the old convent of San Pablo, the cloister and former chapel of the Parador de Cuenca now comprise the parador's café.  
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Located in the natural Cañadas del Teide crater, the Parador de Cañadas del Teide is the only building within El Teide National Park. The parador's mountain lodge design reflects the beautiful alpine scenery outside.  
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Construction on the Parador de León, a monastery-turned-luxurious five-star hotel, began around 1515.  
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The Parador de Vielha features modern design and décor, and is situated in the beautiful Arán Valley in the Spanish Pyrenees. Its location among mountains and valleys makes it ideal for skiers and nature lovers.  
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A 14th-century castle covered in ivy, the Parador Ciudad Rodrigo provides easy access to discovering Salamanca's museums, monuments, and countryside.  
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The Parador de Tortosa is a converted 10th-century castle rising up from the middle of the fertile Ebro plain in the Catalonia region.  
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The Parador de Chinchón, a former Augustinian convent, sits in the heart of the city's old quarter, forming part of the emblematic Plaza Mayor.  
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Plaza Mayor around Parador de Chinchón closes in summer for bullfights; spectators can watch from the galleries surrounding the plaza.  
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The closest parador to Barcelona, the Parador de Vic-Sau is a converted traditional Catalan farmhouse with a well-looked-after garden and terraced rooms. The parador's 41 bedrooms open up to magnificent views of the Guillerías Mountains on the horizon and the Sau Reservoir below.  
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Located on a hill called Cerro del Emperador, the Parador de Toledo offers the best panoramas of the city, with views of the Cathedral; Alcázar, the old Arab fortress; and Toledo's synagogues. The area's Arab influence can be seen in the parador in the rugs, copperware, and decorative tiles.  
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The Parador de Cardona is a thoroughly medieval experience: The ninth-century fortified castle on a hill sits next to the 2nd-century Minyona tower, and has medieval-inspired furnishings and details throughout.  
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