Parking in Villardompardo Palace (Palace of the Delegation) - Jaén

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The Villardompardo Palace (Palacio de Villardompardo, also known as Palacio de la Diputación), was built by Fernando Torres y Portugal in the 16th century. This historic building stands on Plaza de Santa Luisa de Marillac, right in the centre of Jaén.

Its stone façade has eight perfectly arranged windows and, in the centre, a very simple wooden door. To the right of the building is one of the entrances to the church of La Visualización, (Iglesia de la Visualización). But the best thing about this building is inside. In the basement, there are some old Arabian style baths that date back to the 16th century but that were restored in 1970, the year in which a major restoration of the building was started.

Today, the building is used as a Cultural Centre and is home to the Jaén International Museum of Naïf Art (Museo Internacional de Arte Naíf de Jaén), widely recognised as the first museum in Spain to have a gallery dedicated to this particular artistic genre.

To reach this historic building, you can either take Calle los Uribes or Calle Martínez Molina, both of which lead to Plaza Santa Luisa de Marillac. The square has been named in honour of the patron saint of social workers.

Nearby, you’ll also find the Palacio de la Diputación Provincial de Jaén, the offices of Jaén’s provincial council. It was designed by the architects Jorge Porrúa y Moreno and Justino Flórez Llamas in a Neoclassical and Neo-Baroque style, and in 1878 it received an award during the Provincial Exposition held in the city. The building has an inner courtyard paved in the shape of a cross and a spectacular, two-storey-high fountain in the middle.

To explore Jaén on foot, you can use the Saba public car park at number 1 Plaza de Jaén por la Paz, where you can park your vehicle at any time of the day or night.

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You’ll find our parking facilities next to the main thoroughfares and the train station. From there, it will be really convenient for you to get around without worrying about a parking space. Make the most of your stay in Jaén and get to some of the numerous must-see sights in the city and its surrounding area. We want you to enjoy your stay.

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Jaén is a city that offers endless possibilities. Stroll around, enjoy its cuisine, visit its sights and go shopping, easily and conveniently. To help you, we’d like to offer you the use of our car park, situated at one of the key points in the city. You can leave it there for as long as you need to, without having to worry about a thing, and get on with visiting the city’s iconic sights.