Convento de San José
Figlesia de San Juan Bautista
Dates from the 16th century and contains the font in which Santa Teresa was baptised.
Iglesia de San Pedro
One of the city's later churches, its light, sandstone exterior is a pleasant complement to the granite austerity that reigns inside the...
Iglesia de Santo Tomé El Viejo
This church dates from the 13th century, and it was from this pulpit that Santa Teresa was castigated most vehemently for her reforms....
La Bodeguita de San Segundo
Situated in the 16th-century Casa de la Misericordia, this superb wine bar is standing-room only most nights and more tranquil in the...
Casa de Postas
A busy tavern for tapas with an elegant restaurant upstairs for deftly executed traditional dishes.
Calle del Duque de Alba · interesting places nearby
Convento de San José information
The unremarkable Convento de San José , the first convent Santa Teresa founded, in 1562. The saint herself is said to have helped build it.