Puerta De La Luna

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Canonigo Melgares Raya Sn Baeza Ja
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Value Score Great Value!

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  • Solo50
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Travel Tips for Baeza

Walking thru Baeza - Paseando por Baeza

by spanishguy

There are lots and lots of beautiful spots in Baeza that could be considered "off the beaten path" because they are small or just simple parks. On the other hand all of them make that a walk through Baeza will be always a pleasent thing.

Hay muchísimos lugares bonitos en Baeza que se pueden considerar "fuera del recorrido" porque son muy pequeños o simplemente parques. Por otro lado todos ellos hacen que un paseo por Baeza sea siempre algo agradable.

Old University at Baeza

by elucas

The old university at Baeza was a renowned centre of learning for 300 years.
The university was founded in 1538 and continued as a university until 1824. The building has been used since as a school. Its more recent claim to fame is that the poet Antonio Machado, from Seville, taught there from 1913 to 1919.

This beautiful indoor courtyard is open Thursday – Tuesday 10.00-2.00 and 4.00-6.00. Closed Wednesday.

Town hall - Ayuntamiento

by spanishguy

It has one of the most notable Andalusian Plateresque façades from the 16th century. It was constructed as a jail and as a courthouse. Its main door is flanked by caryatides of Justice and Charity. The upper floor has four muslim style balconies. There we can see the coats of arms of the King Philip II, Baeza and the judge. The decorated cornice that crowns it is quite remarkable. It's the town hall since 1867.

Tiene una de las mejores fachadas platerescas del siglo XVI andaluz. El edificio se construyó como prisión y palacio de justicia. Su puerta principal está flanqueada por cariátides que representan la justicia y la caridad. La planta alta tiene cuatro balcones de estilo mudejar. Podemos ver aquí los escudos del Rey Felipe II, Baeza y la justicia. La decorada cornisa que decora el edificio es muy interesante también. El ayuntamiento está aquí desde 1867.

Iglesia de Santa Cruz

by alucas

The Iglesia Santa Cruz is the oldest church in Baeza, dating from the 13th century. Unusually it was adapted from a mosque, rather than being built on top of one. Unfortunately there was a tour party in the church when we were there, so I don’t have any pictures of the inside.

Cathedral: Cloister and Museum

by Aitana

The cloister is accessed through the sacristy. There are four chapels and a small museum that exhibits a collection of codices, illuminated manuscripts and incunabula. There are also gold and silver liturgical objects, relics and clothing.

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