This square was an old cemetery and still retains the serene and peaceful atmosphere. It is one of the most beautiful in the city.
Rural village of medieval origin on the Way to Santiago. Declared of Ethnographic Interest, it preserves magnificent samples of traditional architecture.
Two exceptional statues domain this space: the one devoted to Father Feijóo and Quessada’s Faun, an evocative memory of childhood fantasies.
Isabel la Católica, S/N, 32005
Cozy square in what was the noble district of medieval Ourense. María Andrea’s house, with its balcony from the 16th century, stands out.
A square for the monumental stairs of the Cathedral’s West Gate , built in the 20th century.
This square was the site of two crucial moments in the history of Ourense: the arrival of the first Franciscan friars and the exercise of power of the king through the appointed mayor.
An old market of farm tools, it is the natural entrance to “Os Viños”, the traditional area of tapas bars and taverns in Ourense.
Praza do Ferro s/n, 32005
Centre and heart of monumental Ourense. Its sloping floor, a rarity among Spanish main squares, attracts attention.
Praza Maior, 2, 32005
Known for being the site for Baltar’s nativity scene, it was during the Middle Ages one of the city gates.
Rúa Cabeza de Manzaneda, 29, 32005
Of medieval origin, this place still retains the charm of late 19th century, with beautiful examples of Modernist architecture.
Rúa do Progreso, 53, 32005
Old grain market by the Cathedral’s southern façade, surrounded by noble houses.
Praza do Trigo, 6, 32005