The oldest houses in the city
These homes, located in the historical centre of Badajoz in front of the Citadel and the convent, are said to be the oldest houses in the city, built between the late fifteenth and early sixteenth century. They are in the Plaza de San Jose, where little markets were held in the medieval period. Two houses with white façades fronted by a portico of horseshoe arches made of brick resting on stone columns. They are a perfect example of the architecture of their period, and can be visited inside. Hours are: -Mornings: Monday to Friday from 10am to 14pm -Afternoons: Autumn 17 to 19h, 16:30 to 6:30 p.m.