JAEN is a charming small city in the border with La Mancha, surrounded by olive groves all over its landscape from where one of the best olive oils in the world is manufactured. The city is shaped by charming narrow streets full of history and a beautiful cathedral. In addition, the towns of Ubeda and Baeza are a must if you are visiting the region.
Pipirrana jaenera (salad in a tomato soup).
In the city
Visit the Centro Cultural Baños Árabes where a museum is mixed with some rooms with Arab remaining and nice views from the top of the building.
Visit Parque del Bulevard, formed by three different parks where you can find table tennis, gardens, lakes and even in the last one a football field.
Charge your batteries
Near the Cathedral and San Ildefonso borough are the main areas to eat and enjoy the night scene of Jaén. We recommend El Abuelo, La Manchega, El Santuario, La Barra with the famous rossini (similar to Sangria) and a bit far from the city centre Tito Nono big portions for an affordable price.
Outside the city
The beautiful villages of Baeza and Úbeda, where you will love the stunning architecture of its Catehdrals and the history of its streets.
During the entire month you will be able to enjoy guided tours around the city. Depending on which ones are your preferences you can visit different areas of the city. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
From the 14th until the 21st you will be able to enjoy the stunning Holy week in Jaen where the entire city celebrates the Christ's passion with different parades, sororities and religious art. A wonderful traditional moment to live in you are in Spain at the time.
The international airport of Granada is less than one hour drive from Jaen city. We recommend to spend 1 day in the city and 3-4 enjoying the region.