The Mirador de Ahíla towards Cerro del Cirio.
The Cervantino Festival, named in honor of Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, author of Don Quixote of La Mancha, is known for presenting performing arts from all over the world and sharing a passion for the fine arts.
Artistic exhibitions are presented indoors and outdoors, in squares, theaters, museums, churches, and historic buildings.
The busy Festival lasts four weeks of October, and visitors will be delighted with the theater, opera, dance, visual arts, cinema and literature, workshops, exhibitions, and conferences.
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