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Fun with friends!

What a magical week in perfect casa with old style Mexican charm. The level of detail of every room... read more

Reviewed 10 February 2018
Sausalitosis
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An early palace mixing Platerezco and Renaissance architecture

The facade with its two towers and stone carvings of coats of arms is quite interesting as is the... read more

Reviewed 22 April 2015
Michael A
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Pompano Beach, Florida
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10 Feb 2018
“Fun with friends!”
21 Apr 2015
“An early palace mixing Platerezco and Renaissance architecture”
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Plaza San Lorenzo 7, 23400 Ubeda, Spain
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Reviewed 10 February 2018 via mobile

What a magical week in perfect casa with old style Mexican charm. The level of detail of every room is extraordinary! Three blocks from the beach/Malacon, the location could not be better with many great restaurants and galleries nearby. It’s such a private hide away...More

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Reviewed 22 April 2015

The facade with its two towers and stone carvings of coats of arms is quite interesting as is the story of the child-bride who was sealed between two walls and died there as punishment for disobeying her husband by stepping out to play with children...More

Thank Michael A
Reviewed 14 October 2013

The Casa de las Torres has two very impressive towers that call attention to the building. That is why it is one of the landmarks of Ubeda. The façade of the building has the Plateresque design and this also calls attention.

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Reviewed 26 September 2012

Just near this "Casa" is the ruined church of San Lorenzo (16th C) which was effectively 'emptied' after the Civil War and is now on the danger list for final total ruin. Locals are trying to save it from complete collapse. Nearby on the other...More

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Reviewed 20 April 2012

The Casa de las Torres (House of Towers) was constructed in 1520 for Andres Davalos, Knight Commander of the Order of Saint James and Governor of Ubeda. It has one of the most beautiful Plateresque facades of any building in Andalusia and was also the...More

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