Ayuntamiento Gótico is one of many heritage sites in Villafranca del Cid. The Gothic architecture of the former town hall paired with the countless other attractions make a trip to this part of Alt Maestrat irresistible. You’ll adore wandering the Medieval streets that will get you reaching for your camera at every turn.
Built between the 13th and 14th centuries, the Gothic town hall is a key Medieval building in Villafranca del Cid’s historic centre.
The inside of the building is defined by a series of beautiful rooms complete with wooden coffered ceilings and classically Gothic windows. While the local council is no longer based here, there is a tourist information centre and a number of exhibition rooms that you can visit.
During your time in Villafranca del Cid, make sure you stop by Ayuntamiento Gótico to see Salón del Consell, a handsome room dominated by an altarpiece dating from 1455 depicting Virgen del Losar, a number of saints and other religious figures.
Other must-visits in the destination are Santuario de la Virgen del Losar, a Churrigueresque-style church, the 14th century market and Puebla del Bellestar, a small Medieval hamlet whose Gothic bridge is still standing, affording beautiful views. Put all these points of interest on your to-visit list for Villafranca del Cid and start your explorations at the Gothic town hall.
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