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All reviewsold townnarrow streetsrenaissance architecturefew hoursa unesco world heritage siteon footbeautiful place to visitbig citieslots of restaurantscouple of hoursmorning or afternoontapasolive groveswell worth a visitthe main squaresanta cruzsteeped in history
Beautiful historic renaissance town. New motorway very accessible next years hot destination! Good food however most restaurants don’t serve food until after 8:30. A little hilly, cobble streets a bit difficult with wheelchairs and buggies. Fantastic views over surrounding countryside yet the streets are very...More
Take some time to wander around and enjoy the many old (hundreds of years) mansions. Some have been turned into nice hotels. Stopped in a local market. Not everyone speaks English, but it is not crowded or congested like other major nearby cities.
A classic Spanish hilltown and a UNESCO World Heritage site that is lovely to stroll around without the company of the many thousands of people that visit the Andalusian cities with greater draw such as Granada, etc. It is perhaps quieter and less grand than...More
All of the major historic sights in Baeza are within a short walk of each other and centred around the streets leading up to and away from the Cathedral.
Avoiding the heat of the day is best so time your visit to first thing in...More
Baeza is definitely worth a visit (and best to combine a visit to nearby Ubeda) just to explore the beautiful and historic old town. Drop by the tourist office where you can pick up a walking map and get great help on what to see/do....More
Lovely historic small town. An easy day trip about 45 minutes from Jaen, where you can stay at the fantastic parador. A day trip here can easily be combined with a day trip to Ubeda. Most of the town is pedestrian only, so park your...More