Guided visit to SigüenzaLocated in the Sierra Norte of Guadalajara and surrounded by beautiful landscapes. The Medieval City of Sigüenza has become one of the main tourist destinations in Castilla la Mancha. It was declared a Historic-Artistic Site in 1964. The "City of Doncel" takes us to a medieval period where we will enjoy visiting its streets and buildings.
it was the residence of the bishops of Siguenza, from the 14th to the 19th century. Since 1976 it has been the Parador Nacional de Turismo.
where the weekly market was located. Presiding over the square is the town hall from the beginning of the 16th century, with a reddish ashlar façade and an archive tower.
Church of San Vicente
built in honour of the Patron Saint of the city. It has a magnificent Romanesque style façade.
typical construction of the civil gothic architecture of XV century. It was the residence of the Vazquez de Arce family, the Doncel family. Inside, visitors are surprised by the Mudejar room. 1€/pax
built at the end of the 12th century, it belonged to the Poor Clares convent. It is currently being renovated to become a Romanesque Interpretation Centre of the Province.
16th century. It is an impressive example of the Castilian main square, we owe its construction to one of the great promoters of this beautiful town, Cardinal Mendoza.
Cathedral of Sigüenza S.XII
It is dedicated to Santa Maria la Mayor, patron saint of the city.
Inside the chapel of San Juan and Santa Catalina, the famous Gothic sculpture of the Doncel (Martín Vazquez de Arce) stands out. 6€/pax.