Guadalajara is at a crossroads that is home to artistic traces of all eras and styles. Get your camera and your best smile ready, because you're bound to take pictures aplenty.
A quiet stroll along the pedestrian Calle Mayor, the backbone of the city's historic quarter, will take you past buildings of great historical value, such as the Town Hall, the stately homes on Plaza de los Dávalos or the former Palace of Los Mendozas. Take a closer look at Palacio del Infantado, a veritable symbol of Guadalajara, and then head to the Torreón de Alvar Fáñez, the tower in the old city walls.
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Although Palacio del Infantado was built in the fifteenth century, it was not until 1569 that the famous Palace Gardens were designed. This green, stately space is a must-see.
Show off your artistic spirit and head to Ábside de San Gil and the Church of San Nicolás el Real, both in Mudejar style.
The Palace of La Cotilla, in honour of Inés de la Cotilla, has a main hall known as the Chinese Hall; we guarantee that you will feel as if you've been transported to Beijing.
How do a few beers and tapas sound? Calle Bardales calle Mayor, Plaza del Gral. Prim and calle Concordia have plenty of places where you can enjoy fine Manchego wine and delicious tapas. Bon appétit!
Guadalajara Yebes station in the city centre is open from 7:00 a.m. to 11:15 p.m. and offers a range of services:
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