Fuenlabrada is a Spanish city of 196,549 people located near Madrid, the capital of Spain. Founded at the end of the sixteenth century under the initiative of the bureaucrat-king Philip II, the city is now known for its sports legacy: it hosts a soccer and basketball club, and is the birthplace of Spanish soccer celebrity Fernando Torres (now playing for a team in the UK). Historically, Fuenlabrada has been a city for common people, not noblemen. Thus, there is a preponderance of religious buildings, but few castles or palaces.
Attractions in Fuenlabrada include the San Esteban Protomantir Parochial Church, the old City Hall, and the campus of Rey Juan Carlos University. Hotels in Fuenlabrada come with a range of prices and amenities. The best way to find the Fuenlabrada hotel appropriate for your visit is through EasyToBook.com, a site that lets visitors pick and choose among many of Fuenlabrada's cheap hotels and discount hotels in Fuenlabrada.