The first thing you have to do when you arrive to Úbeda is going to the Vázquez de Molina Square, because the most important and interesting buildings are placed in it; they are the best example of Renaissance architecture that exists in the whole Spain.

Do not worry if you have the impression of being in other time when you see this square, it is completely normal because, thanks of the good preservation of the buildings, you will believe you are on the XVI century.

Unfortunately, you could not visit the inside of all the buildings you will find on your way. You can only enjoy some of the churches as the Collegiate Church of Saint Mary, the former Main Mosque, and the Sacred Chapel of the Saviour; and big palaces as the Palace of the Deen Ortega, current Tourist Parador, and the Palace of Vázquez de Molina, the Town Hall at the moment. Although they cannot be visited, the Palace of the Marquis of Mancera, former Convent of the Servants of Mary; the Former Granary, current National Police Station; and the Bishop Jail, Courts of nowadays, deserve that you fix your attention on their façades.