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Palacio de Jabalquinto was built at the end of the XV century and the coats of arms on the facade... read more

Reviewed 27 September 2017
Vilnius, Lithuania
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This is worth 10 minutes to admire- you don't go beyond the courtyard but there's much to admire in... read more

Reviewed 15 April 2016
London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 27 September 2017

Palacio de Jabalquinto was built at the end of the XV century and the coats of arms on the facade are a sign that the building was home of noble family. Two balconies with the ornamentation on columns, the pointed arches above the gate and...More

2  Thank Dalmik
Reviewed 15 April 2016

This is worth 10 minutes to admire- you don't go beyond the courtyard but there's much to admire in pretty Baeza

Thank KP58
Reviewed 14 December 2015

Baeza is full of beautiful buildings and this is one of the nicer ones not to be missed Better to look inside as well as out

Thank Kenshare
Reviewed 6 September 2014

Fabulous outside in a wonderful square; inside very impressive too, as it has been restored as part of the twentieth century university.

Thank john c
Reviewed 23 July 2014

I wasn't sure about going in, but we read that you could and we're glad we did. The more gothic exterior doesn't quite prepare you for the interior renaissance courtyard which was very beautiful and harmonious. A lovely surprise!

Thank EBTravelGirl
Reviewed 22 September 2013

Wander around the university of Andalucia, free of charge and marvel at the renaissance facade and detailed decorations.

2  Thank MCB21
Reviewed 28 March 2013

This is a really impressive building which we stumbled across on our walk through the winding streets of Baeza towards the amazing viewpoint over the valley, the olive trees, and towards Úbeda. Worth a look :)

2  Thank senorita2013
Reviewed 23 April 2012

You must go inside - it's a university college but just walk straight in - and see the cloister.

6  Thank Turista-Inglesa
Reviewed 22 April 2012

The Palace of Jabalquinto is located in the Plaza de Santa Cruz and is the most impressive and beautiful palace of Baeza. It was ordered to be constructed in the 15th century by Juan Alonso de Benavides Manrique, who was the second cousin of King...More

3  Thank BennyMalaga
Reviewed 10 April 2012

Great on the exterior--and we were really looking forward to the interior--but it was closed due to Holy Week.

Thank Jim P
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