Baeza’s main sights mostly cluster in the narrow streets south of the central Plaza de España and the broad Paseo de la Constitución (once Baeza’s marketplace and bullring).
Room rates at many places fluctuate with the season and day of the week. They are generally highest on Friday and Saturday nights in April, May, September and October.
Paseo de la Constitución and Plaza de España are lined with bar-cafe-restaurants that are great for watching local life, but most of the best finds are tucked away in the narrow old-town streets. As throughout the province, you'll get a free tapas with drinks in almost every bar.
Drinking & Nightlife
Baeza's Café Teatro Central is the most original and consistently enjoyable nightspot in the province. Plenty of bars rumble on till midnight or later.