Hospital de la Misericordia - 3 minutes walk
It is located in the Plaza de España and was built by Cardinal Lorenzana in the 18th century as a House of Crafts and for the unemployed, women and the disadvantaged, hence the name House of Charity and Mercy.
Puerta de Toledo - 6 minute walk
One of the city's icons and most visited monuments, a good example of 14th century military architecture in the Gothic-Mudejar style, is part of the remains of the wall that surrounded the city.
Santiago Church - 8 minutes walk
Begun at the end of the 13th century, its style is included in the 14th century Castilian Gothic with a moderate exterior appearance.
Palacio de la Diputación - 13 minutes walk
The most beautiful civil building in the city, representative of late 19th century architecture and the work of the architect Santiago Rebollar, who completed its construction in 1892.
Town Hall - 16 minute walk
An atypical building built in 1976, its design is the work of the Madrid architect Fernando Higueras, who was inspired by neo-Gothic architecture, very similar to the typical buildings of the Netherlands.
Saint Peter's - 16 minute walk
14th and 15th century Gothic church, built at the time of the city's greatest splendour.
Santa Maria del Prado Cathedral - 17 minutes walk
Begun in the 15th century, it is in the Gothic style and has been declared an Asset of Cultural Interest and a Historic-Artistic Monument.
Museo del Quijote – 24 minutes walk
Museum dedicated to the immortal figure of the Don Quixote. It combines an exhibition of works of art related to Cervantes' novel with modern multimedia montages, which will take us back to the 16th century.