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Small Towns: Úbeda and Baeza
Small Towns: Úbeda and Baeza The capital of the Jaén region is also called Jaén. This pattern follows with all regions and their capital cities in Andalusia – maybe people kept forgetting the city names? The city is overlooked by Saint Catalina’s Castle (Castillo de Santa Catalina) and its point of interests include the Jaén Cathedral and the Arab Baths, which are historically significant as they are evidence of Arab influence in Andalusia. However, the real beauty lies in the small towns dotted around the region. Two towns that are particularly worth visiting are Úbeda and Baeza. This isn’t just my biased opinion – they were declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO in 2003, so there’s tangible proof that they must be quite something! I was lucky enough to live in Úbeda and work in Baeza for nine months, so I had the best of both worlds and experienced the beauty of both cities every day.Talita Henderson
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Alojamiento Turístico Los Poetas
Alojamiento Turístico Los Poetas is in the area of the Loma de Baeza, a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, opposite Academy Civil Guard. Alojamiento Turístico Los Poetas is a charming tourist area and cozy family business located in a newly built neighborhood open year round. It offers guests sinAlojamiento Turístico Los Poetas is a hotel in Baeza. Check Hostelworld for prices.