Templo de San Francisco
Museo Iconográfico del Quijote
This surprisingly interesting museum is worth half an hour of your time. It fronts the tiny plaza in front of the Templo de San...
Classes in grammar, conversation and literature encompassing topics from pre-Hispanic culture to dance and cooking.
Slightly grungy spot is the word on the lips of any student who wants cheap drinks and cheap tapas and lots of social fun. Upstairs, a...
The idea at this fun spot owned by a charismatic young chef is to share plates – generous portions of botanas (snacks). Thursday...
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Templo de San Francisco information
The Templo de San Francisco was built in 1741 in a late baroque style, as noted in its decorative motifs and stone entrance, though neoclassical features were added in the 19th century, including the quirky clock on its facade. Franciscan friars have been running the church since 1828.