Convento y Museo de las Úrsulas
Palacio de Monterrey
Off the southwestern corner of Plaza Mayor, take Calle del Prior, which leads to the Palacio de Monterrey, a 16th-century holiday home...
Colegio del Arzobispo Fonseca
The 16th-century Colegio has a plateresque facade, a lovely courtyard and a sophisticated restaurant.
The only thing that seems guaranteed about this space is that there will be a nightclub here – every time we return, it has a different...
Enjoy a romantic intimate ambience and Italian-inspired dishes like prawn and wild mushroom risotto and duck confit tagliatelle. There...
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Lonely Planet review
A late-Gothic nunnery founded by Archbishop Alonso de Fonseca in 1512, the religious museum is fairly modest with some interesting paintings by Juan de Borgoña, who completed the stunning altar in Avila's Catedral del Salvador , but do take a look at the magnificent marble tomb within the church, sculpted by Diego de Siloé.