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Baeza: City Highlights Walking Tour in Spanish

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Baeza: City Highlights Walking Tour in Spanish

From US$ 12.45 per person

Join a group on a 2.5-hour walking tour with a Spanish-speaking guide exploring Baeza's most iconic historic quarter and impressive Gothic and Renaissance landmarks.

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Duration 2.5 hours
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Live tour guide
Audio guide included
Wheelchair accessible


  • Explore the Plaza de Santa María, the site of the first cathedral in Andalusia
  • Discover Baeza like a local on a small group tour led by a Spanish-speaking guide
  • Marvel at the Church of Santa Cruz, one of the few examples of Romanesque art in Andalusia
  • Delve into history at one of the oldest universities in Andalusia and Spain, the Old University
  • Immerse yourself in the network of alleys, arches and squares that transport you to other times
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Get an insider’s view of Baeza’s most historic quarter on a group walking tour of the Plaza de Santa María, the Palace of Jabalquinto, the Old University, and more. Begin your urban walking adventure of this UNESCO World Heritage Site by meeting your Spanish-speaking guide at the Touristour office near the historic center. Walk along the cobble stone streets to the Plaza de Santa María to marvel at the first cathedral in all of Andalusia, the Conciliar Seminary of San Felipe Neri, and the Source of Santa Maria. Marvel at the incredible facade of the Jabalquinto Palace, also known as one of the finest examples of Isabelline Gothic architecture in the area. Next, admire the Church of Santa Cruz, which is a fabulous testimony of the Andalusian Romanesque style. Stroll along the historical streets to the Old University and take a seat in one of the pews of the classroom where the revered Spanish poet, Antonio Machado, taught for seven years. Your next stop is the Plaza del Pópulo with its remarkable Fountain of the Lions, the Puerta de Jaén, and the Villalar Arch. Listen to your expert guide as they recount vivid stories of these historical streets and squares that feel like a step back in time with their mansions bearing coats of arms, impressive churches and palaces, walled alleyways, and small whitewashed houses. Then, visit the Paseo de la Constitución where the Torre de los Aliatares, the Alhóndiga, and the Concejo Balcony are all located. As you walk along to the remains of the immense Muslim defensive wall with its towers and fortresses of yore, take a peek at the golden facades near the cathedral, as well as towards the striking Guadalquivir River.
  • Spanish-speaking guide
  • Entry tickets to the cathedral
  • Discounted rates guided walking tours in neighboring Úbeda
  • Radio guide systems depending on the group's size
  • Maps of Baeza and Úbeda, and brochures of other points of interest in the region
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Food and drinks
  • Headsets, though these can be rented from your guide for 0,50€ per person
  • Tips
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Traveler requirements
  • You must bring your own headphones
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask

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  • Comfortable shoes
  • Water

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  • This tour will take place rain or shine
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October 11, 2021


October 13, 2021


Bonita ciudad Marta,la guía con la que realizamos la visita ,amena y muy amable

October 30, 2021

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