Catedral de San Germán de Auxerre
San Germán’s cathedral is named for the town’s patron saint and is noticeably grander than the diminutive Porta Coeli. Facing Plaza...
The old city hall, which acts as a dividing line between the city’s two central squares, is a classic example of a 19th-century colonial...
Casa de Lola Rodríguez de Tió
Built in 1843 in a neoclassical creole style and said to be an excellent example of local 17th-century domestic architecture, this house...
Chateaux De Auxerre
Late brunch in the courtyard of this centrally located, recently remodeled 19th-century town house rewards a morning of exploring the...
Lonely Planet review
The beguiling yellow and blue Spanish-colonial building that dominates the north side of Plaza Francisco Mariano Quiñones is La Casona , a mid-19th-century townhouse that was once the meeting place for an elite San Germán social group known as the Círculo de Recreo. In more recent times it has served as a cultural center and a shop. At the time of research it was undergoing refurbishments.