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Plaza Vazquez de Molina

Plaza Vazquez de Molina, 23400 Ubeda, Spain
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A renaissance gem

The most stunning unspoilt Renaissance square in the whole of Spain. It's has palaces churches from... read more

Reviewed June 21, 2017
Brian L
Part of the historic area of the town

If you are visiting you will inevitably find yourself in this area. Surround by historic and... read more

Reviewed June 15, 2017
Conrad N
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Plaza Vazquez de Molina, 23400 Ubeda, Spain
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Reviewed June 21, 2017

The most stunning unspoilt Renaissance square in the whole of Spain. It's has palaces churches from the 16th century. We stayed in the parador set in the square. A 1530 palace. The whole is a unesco site and you can see why.

Thank Brian L
Reviewed June 15, 2017 via mobile

If you are visiting you will inevitably find yourself in this area. Surround by historic and architecturally interesting buildings this is a good spot for taking pictures, and shade can be found a little further along on the small park/garden commemorating the architect.

Thank Conrad N
Reviewed June 4, 2017

Amazing place to wander around and spend a day. Great shops nearby & lots of great places to eat. It was raining when we visited but it was still very beautiful.

Thank Gaily1
Reviewed April 22, 2017

It is worth staying overnight in Ubeda in order walk through the silent plazas and see the historic buildings floodlit at night!

Thank Canadiantraveller09
Reviewed March 20, 2017

This is main square at Ubeda historical city. Entire city is a UNESCO World Heritage site and worth visiting. So often this city is skipped. Square consists following main buildings: The Chapel of the Savior, Palacio de las Cadenas and Parador hotel, excellent choice for...More

Thank mWrite
Reviewed March 14, 2017

the major square / Plaza in Ubeda it has the stunning Renaissance architecture . Pedestrianised (some cars allowed to drop off at the Parador Hotel in the plaza) the buildings here mix those tourist sites with modern usage eg the police station and court house...More

Thank Jim S
Reviewed January 12, 2017

Beautiful open plaza surrounded by amazing buildings with beautiful architecture, lovely orange trees striking in full f

Thank BJDorani
Reviewed January 9, 2017

Ubeda is so unique. It is more like an Italian renaissance city than a Spanish town. It is stunning and all so accessable

Thank peter_the_traveller4
Reviewed October 31, 2016

Visiting Plaza de Molina is a must when in Ubeda. The local architecture is an indication on how prosperous that area was around 500 years ago. You may also want to walk around the city, espacially through its narrow streets. It is truly an unforgettable...More

Thank El-Pescador007
Reviewed October 15, 2016

This plaza is quoted in all guidebooks as a must see in Ubeda, it is nice and beautiful but not really outstanding compared to other jewels you encounter throughout Andalucia.

Thank Aleksander L
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