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An impressive structure a little distance from most of the historic centre of Ubeda but worth the... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Martin T
Ottery St. Mary, United Kingdom
Murals, a Chapel, and oh, yes, a Hospital

The hospital is one of the most important buildings of Renaissance Ubeda and its central location... read more

Reviewed 21 April 2018
Los Gatos, California
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

An impressive structure a little distance from most of the historic centre of Ubeda but worth the effort of walking through the main shopping area to get there. It is used as a local cultural centre. When we visited, there was large gathering of lace...More

Thank Martin T
Reviewed 21 April 2018

The hospital is one of the most important buildings of Renaissance Ubeda and its central location makes it an historic highlight; of the old area. It was built in the 16th century as a refuge and medical treatment center for the poor. There are murals,...More

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Reviewed 2 April 2017

This big hospital built about 1560, architect naturally mostly Vandelvira. The imposing facade must be seen in Ubeda. Also have a look inside, especially the big patio. It was used as a hospital until well into the 20th century. Today they use the inside to...More

Thank enare
Reviewed 20 November 2016

In beautiful setting of the Chapel with its decorated roof and olive wood carved retablo we enjoyed a free concert, first by the youth band (brass and woodwind) then the adult band. Well supported by local people. Very impressive building which seems well used with...More

Thank Devaflam
Reviewed 9 September 2016

The building is stunning with lovely gardens. There was a photo and painting exhibition on with very poignant photos of people in India, which made you realize how lucky you are. The water colour paintings were fantastic

Thank Michael H
Reviewed 29 May 2016

The hospital is an interesting historic building and as we were nearby decided to visit. Nothing inside was that compelling and I wouldn't suggest going a long distance to visit. Took a photo and that was it.

Thank dhen
Reviewed 1 September 2015

The old hospital is worth a visit outside the old city of Ubeda. It has a relaxing atmosphere. Their are different salons. Unfortunatly they are not Always open. But give it a try, there is lot to see during a tourist visit.

Thank Siem J
Reviewed 15 August 2014

This a really beautiful mid 16th century building to the NW of the centre of the old city of Ubeda. It is still very much in use as a concert hall, dance school, library and exhibition area.

Thank RMandboys
Reviewed 3 August 2014

Brilliant gallery for art exhibitions. It was a bit manic with a Star Wars film and stuff festival. This is a bit outside the city centre but I hope tourists will visit.

Thank Alina S
Reviewed 27 February 2014

We were not expecting much at the Hospital de Santiago - after all, entry is free and there were no other tourists in sight. It is a large, solid Renaissance-era building, impressive in its own right. We were more impressed when we entered through the...More

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