Casa del Libro
Capilla del Cristo
Over the centuries, tens of thousands of penitents have come to pray for miracles at the Capilla del Cristo, the tiny outdoor sanctuary...
Parque de las Palomas
On the lower end of Calle del Cristo, Parque de las Palomas is a cobblestoned courtyard shaded with trees at the top of the city wall....
Paseo de la Princesa
Emanating a distinctly European flavor, the Paseo de la Princesa is a 19th-century esplanade situated just outside the city walls. Lined...
Organic salads, artisan yogurts, wraps, granola, oatmeal and the don’t-leave-without-tasting-one smoothies are just a few of the healthy...
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Lonely Planet review
Yet another of the old city’s tiny museums, the Casa del Libro has temporarily relocated to the SoFo district. Bibliophiles will be in awe of its collection of more than 5000 manuscripts and texts that date back 2000 years. The collection includes one of the most respected assemblages of incunabula (texts produced prior to 1501) in the Americas, including documents signed by King Ferdinand II and his wife Isabela.