The old town is like a living museum of fine houses, many built by returning conquistadors, and it has a large old Jewish quarter tucked away at the back. A "newer" Jewish
Although the commentary was in Spanish and French, the train visits the area of town outside the walls. It's likely these are areas you would not find on your own. (Or
It's a two floor affair specializing in local archeological culture and history. It's housed in a gorgeous 16th century mansion in the old town, complete with a small
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