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This hidden gem makes for an interesting visit. While you are walking around and reading some of its history, it's normal to see some of the nuns walking around, and if you are lucky, you will be able to buy some fresh bread made in...More
The monastery is still in use, so one can only visit the courtyard and a 1 room little museum displaying some of the monastery treasures, which are not really particularly worth seeing. However, the 2 courtyards are worth seeing, the first is a sort buffer...More
Absolutely precious for a peaceful half an hour. The architecture of the central patio is exquisite, and it offers great views of the cathedral and the church of Saint Stephen. It is a living cloister for nuns of the Dominican Order and one can buy...More
Definitely worth a visit, at least to gaze at the masonry and design of the impressive front gate and entrance to this venerable university. One can also enter for a fee. The lecture halls are beautiful as is the courtyard. But, I think one can...More
We nearly missed it, they were just closing. A nun let us in and ushered us in to the bake shop. The cookies are very good and the courtyard was lovely. But, we did not get to see the big courtyard because they closed.
The cloisters are lovely - so peaceful. The nun selling the little cakes was welcoming and a great saleslady!! Lovely just to sit in the sun and recharge your batteries. It would have been most helpful if there had been a leaflet in English but...More
There is a small fee for entrance but it is worth it go to and spend a little time walking around this low key venue. It was also nice to buy cakes made by the nuns in the small shop attached to the front entrance...More