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It's very easy to miss this little gem of a place. You head down a side street near the market in Cadiz and you have to look out for the pillars outside the Hospital de Mujeres. It costs 1.50 to enter and you pass into...More
We found this building was only open from 09:00 to 13:00 on Friday during the week we were in Cadiz. Once we'd worked out you had to buy a ticket too (1.5 euro) we got in.
The El Greco was fantastic, and the rest of...More
The hospital is in the process of major restoration. It will be magnificent when the work is finished. However for now visitors are restricted to visiting the chapel, whereEl Greci's painting of St Francis is hung. The chapel is interesting in it's own right. We...More
Ok all there is to see at this place is one painting by El Greco but it is worth seeing if you like your art! Free entry and very low key in that I had to ask if they had a postcard of the painting...More
Maybe something has changed since the other reviews were written? Everything in and around the courtyard was roped off for work, which it sorely needs. The building is in terrible shape. We hope that funding can be found to do the restoration they would like...More
Were walking past this unassuming door, and after reading the info on the wall, we went in. There is a beautiful courtyard inside, but for 1 euro 50, you get entry to the chapel, which has been beautifully renovated, and has the wonderful painting by...More
When you first enter you think ok - bit dilapidated, inteesting old building with a lovely set of ceramic stations of the Cross around the courtyard.
The you get shown into the Chapel - which I thought was fantastic. A beautifully restored fascinating place. It...More
We had read about this in the guide books. It looks nothing from the outside but the internal areas are wonderful. The church is a revelation. The artis extraordinary. Only shame is that one can't explore the upstairs hospital areas. However, a lovely place to...More