Úbeda and Baeza: Private Tour.

Úbeda and Baeza are two of the most historic cities in Andalusia and World Heritage sites since 2003. Two emblematic places in the province of Jaén, separated by just under 10 kilometers, but together represent a journey back in time. Come and visit these two incredible cities surrounded by a sea of ​​olive trees, full of tradition, history, gastronomy and culture.

Duration 4.5h
Groups Just you and yours. Private tour up to 9pax.
No queues Skip-the-line access
Recommended for All ages
Paseo a Plaza Principal
Plaza Pópulo
El Arco de Villalar
Fuente de los Leones
El antiguo Seminario Mayor de Baeza
En la Catedral de Baeza
Callejones alrededor de la Catedral
La antigua Universidad de Baeza
La Capilla del Salvador
El palacio de Dean Ortega
El Plaza Vázquez de Molina
El Palacio Mancera
La Cárcel del Obispo y la de los Alcázares
Plaza del Mercado
La Iglesia de San Pablo
Experiences Guided Tour. Culture. History and Art. Walking tour.
Availability Daily tours
It includes Official guide + Tickets to the Cathedral of Baeza and the Chapel of El Salvador + Audio system
Meeting point Paseo de la Constitución in Baeza
Activity level Moderate
Discount Discounts in Virtual Nhue Souvenir store

Cancelation conditions

  • You can cancel free of charge up to 4 days before the visit.
  • From the 3rd day, the cancellation costs are 100%.

Meeting point

Meet your guide at Paseo de la Constitución, Baeza, just by the fountain in the center of the square.


  • Travelers are required to wear personal masks and observe social estrangement during the experience.
  • The guides will wear masks and gloves.
  • On-site procedures for frequent cleaning or disinfection.
  • Customer is recommended to have their own headphones.

Information we need

We need you to indicate the DNI of the person making the reservation, as we have civil liability insurance that will cover you, hopefully, it will not happen, in case of a mishap.

Do you want to know more?

For more information, you can contact us on the phone +34 958 281 499 or on the e-mail nhue@nhue.es. You can also find us at Plaza San Agustín, n 3. Casa Zayas Building, 100 meters from Plaza de Siloé.

It is not a recommended visit if you need a wheelchair to make the visit. Access is from a different place than the main group and there are many areas that you cannot visit.

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Start your journey meeting your private guide in the center of Baeza, in the old Plaza del Mercado now known as Paseo or Plaza Principal. Then head to Plaza Pópulo, one of the most surprising urban complexes in the city, surrounded by the old Notary Public, the Arco de Villalar, the old Public Carnage and the Fountain of the Lions.
After a short walk, learn about the “Vítores” or graffiti from the 17th century made by students on the facade of the old Baeza Major Seminary and visit the interesting contrast of the Gothic, Plateresque, Arabic and Renaissance architecture in the Cathedral of Baeza, built right on the location of the old main mosque.
Stroll through the narrow alleys around the Cathedral and admire panoramic views of the “Sea of ​​Olives” and the valley of the Guadalquivir River.
Admire the incredible Plateresque façade of the Jabalquinto Palace and the Church of Santa Cruz, the best preserved Romanesque temple in Andalusia.
Finish this first tour at the old University of Baeza, where the famous Spanish poet Antonio Machado taught French for about 7 years. The classroom where I used to teach has remained the same.
After a 10-minute walk, Úbeda awaits us.
He gasps before the domain of Diego de Siloé and Andrés de Vandelvira, the two architects in charge of the Capilla del Salvador, one of the best Renaissance buildings in Spain, a burial place for Francisco de los Cobos and his family.
Surprise yourself with the contemplation of the Vázquez de Molina square, considered the best Renaissance urban mode in Europe and a real pleasure for the eyes. The Capilla del Salvador, the Dean Ortega Palace, the Vázquez de Molina Palace, the Mancera Palace, the Bishop’s Jail and Our Lady of the Alcázares, all located around this magical place, make this square the main reason why Úbeda was declared a World Heritage Site. .
Also discover the old Market Square and the Church of San Pablo, one of the oldest temples in the city, with an interesting combination of Gothic and Plateresque style.
An official tourist guide will tell you legends, stories and everything you need to know to get a complete perception of these two hidden gems in the province of Jaén.