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Úbeda and Baeza Combo Tour in Spanish

1. Úbeda and Baeza Combo Tour in Spanish

Stroll the beautiful streets of Úbeda and Baeza on the same day, or on different days if you prefer, on a combined sightseeing tour with a Spanish-speaking guide. Discover fine examples of Renaissance architecture in the narrow alleys and wide squares, and learn the still-present multi-faith history of the Jewish, Muslim and Christian settlers. Enter Baeza Cathedral, nominated as one of the 12 Treasures of Spain in 2007. Learn its fascinating history alternating as a mosque and church in the Middle Ages. Go to the historic El Salvador Chapel in Úbeda and hear about the artistic legacy of the great architect Andres de Vandelvira. Enjoy impressive views of the sea of olive trees of Jaén from different viewpoints in both cities, and taste the local olive oil at a free oil tasting. To cap things off, you'll also visit the Vela de los Cobos Palace in Úbeda

Baeza: 2.5-Hour Guided City Tour

2. Baeza: 2.5-Hour Guided City Tour

Experience Baeza, one of the most beautiful cities in Andalusia. You'll encoutner Baeza's Cathedral and discover the UNESCO World Heritage monuments of the historic city center with a Spanish-speaking guide. You will visit inside of the Ancient University and Santa Cruz Church, as well as the Jabalquinto's Palace. Later, wander through Santa Maria Square and see cathedral alleyways, the Guadalquivir River viewpoint, the Rubin de Ceballos palace, the Plaza de los Leones, and Paseo de la Constitución. You will also see part of the huge Muslim defensive wall, towers, and and fortress, which are reminiscent of a particular time of the city's history.

Baeza: City Highlights Walking Tour in Spanish

3. Baeza: City Highlights Walking Tour in Spanish

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.

Úbeda or Baeza: Tours & Entry Tickets 7-Day Tourist Pass

4. Úbeda or Baeza: Tours & Entry Tickets 7-Day Tourist Pass

The Tourist Pass is valid for 7 days and includes guided tours, entry tickets, and an olive oil tasting. Take advantage of discounts on numerous landmarks. Enjoy the flexibility to visit these World Heritage cities at your own pace.   The Úbeda & Baeza Tourist Pass includes: - Úbeda Guided Walking Tour (2 hours and 15 minutes) - Baeza Guided Walking Tour (2 hours and 15 minutes) - Capilla de El Salvador Entry Ticket - Sinagoga del Agua Entry Ticket - Catedral de Baeza Entry Ticket - Palacio del Deán Ortega Entry Ticket- Palacio Vázquez de Molina Entry Ticket - Antigua Universidad, Aula de Antonio Machado, Paraninfo, Palacio de Jabalquinto, Iglesia de Santa Cruz Entry Ticket - Baeza Extra Virgen Olive Oil tasting The pass offers as well discounts on:  - Santa María de los Reales Alcázares 1,00€ (audio guide included) - Museo Cultura del Olivo (2 entry tickets for the price of 1) - Oratorio San Juan de la Cruz 1,00€ - Úbeda Turistic Tren 1,00€ - Baeza Turistic Tren 1,00€ - Centro de Interpretación La Baeza Medieval - Museo Ciudad de Baeza - Castillo de Sabiote 1,00€ (guided tour included)

From Granada: Úbeda and Baeza Day Trip

5. From Granada: Úbeda and Baeza Day Trip

Explore these two impressive collections of historical buildings on this tour. Throughout this tour, your guide will highlight many details of civil, military and religious symbolism as the region is rich with magnificent examples. Beginning with a trip to Baeza a magnificent monumental town of quiet streets and golden stone, with a wonderful collection of exquisite artistic and historical context. Úbeda offers up a profusion of Renaissance architecture comparable to the Italian counterpart. Wonder about the town comparing the beautiful classic buildings in perfect harmony with occasional modern architecture styles.  Taking tradition and celebration seriously, these towns maintain festive occasions that draw in tourists from all corners. Easter week is an intimate visit to Baeza or intensely colorful in Úbeda. Autumn is the San Miguel Fair in Úbeda, and the Yedra pilgrimage in Baeza. 

From Jaen: Day Trip to Ubeda and Baeza

6. From Jaen: Day Trip to Ubeda and Baeza

Explore two impressive collections of historical buildings on this tour of Ubeda and Baeza from Jaen. Learn about the civil, military, and religious symbolism in the architecture from your guide. Begin with a trip to Baeza, a town of quiet streets and golden stone. Explore the town and see its impressive collection of buildings built in the Italian Renaissance style.   Next, visit Úbeda and continue your journey in the fascinating world of Renaissance architecture. Admire the old buildings as they mix with examples of more modern architectural styles. Take part in some local traditions at certain times of the year. Easter week is a quiet and solemn visit in Baeza and intensely colorful in Ubeda. In Autumn, the San Miguel Fair comes to Ubeda while the Yedra pilgrimage takes place in Baeza. 

Málaga: Panoramic Private Tour by Car with Photo Stops

7. Málaga: Panoramic Private Tour by Car with Photo Stops

We start from your Hotel,Apartment or the Port, The driver and the guide will be waiting for you. In this panoramic tour we will have several stops to take pictures with the comfort of having near the car and with explanations of our official guide. 1.Enjoy stunning views of the Port of Málaga and the Historic Quarter. Then moving on to Mercado Atarazanas (Ataranzas Market), so called because it occupies the site where the Nasrid shipyards (i.e. ataranzas) stood. The main gate has been preserved. They say that, if you want to know a city well, the first thing you should do is visit the market. ( Here we will have our First PhotoStop if the Market open we can go inside ) 2.Calle Larios and Plaza la constitución make the iconic Calle Larios, Málaga's main shopping street where the world's leading brands have their stores. Next, follow it as far as Plaza de la Constitución, the heart of the city's historical quarter. 3.The Cathedral : Although work on the Cathedral began during the Gothic period (16th Century) on the site of the old Arab mosque, the building is in the Renaissance style and is still unfinished . 3.The Alcazaba, built between the 11th and 15th centuries, was the fortress-palace of the Moorish rulers. It is located on the site of an earlier Phoenician building at the foot of Mount Gibralfaro, a privileged spot overlooking the city.( Entrance fee included ) 4.The Roman Theatre, an essential sight. Built in the first century BC, it was in use until the third century AD After its recent restoration, Málaga's Roman Theatre regained its use as a performance space. 5. Plaza de la Merced where it joins the Málaga Picasso Route. Objective: Fundación Picasso (Picasso Foundation) Museo Casa Natal. (Picasso's Birthplace Museum) 6.Castillo de Gibralfaro where you can enjoy a panoramic view of Málaga .

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