Reloj del Sol
Museo de las Casas Reales
Built in the Renaissance style during the 16th century, this building was the longtime seat of Spanish authority for the entire...
Capilla de Nuestra Señora de los Remedios
The Gothic-style chapel was built during the 16th century by alderman Francisco de Avila and was intended to be a private chapel and...
The large, open area in front of the Alcázar de Colón has been made over many times, most recently during the early 1990s in honor of...
Thankfully, there's no dress code at this laid-back, sort of grungy place with graffiti-covered walls and live merengue on weekend...
The most happening and deservedly longest surviving of Plaza España’s restaurant row, Pat’e Palo is for anyone tired of the same old...
Las Damas · interesting places nearby
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Across from the Museo de las Casas Reales, this sundial was built by Governor Francisco Rubio y Peñaranda in 1753 and positioned so that officials in the Royal Houses could see the time with only a glance from their eastern windows.