On arriving at Hervás, we recommend visiting its Jewish Quarter, declared a Historical-Artistic Site in 1969. This is a neighborhood settled by Jews in the 15th century, leaving their indelible mark on its streets and buildings. It is one of the best preserved Jewish Quarters in the country. We also suggest visiting Travesía del Moral, the narrowest street in Spain. It is barely a meter and a half wide. Its granite, sun-dried brick and chestnut wood buildings - typical local materials - endow Hervás with a matchless beauty. The “Hervás Museum of Motorcycles and Classic Cars”, has an impressive collection of old motorcycles and cars.