- Avenida del Ejército.
- Tel: 949 21 33 01.
Plaza de los Caídos 6, Tel: 949 21 16 26 .
Virgen de la Antigua (Sep).
Guadalajara’s history is largely lost within the modern city, although traces of its Renaissance splendour survive. The Palacio de los Duques del Infantado , built between the 14th and 17th centuries by the powerful Mendoza dynasty, is an outstanding example of Gothic-Mudéjar architecture. The main façade and patio are adorned with carving. The restored palace now houses the Museo Provincial. Among the churches in the town is the Iglesia de Santiago , with a Gothic-Plateresque chapel by Alonso de Covarrubias. The 15th-century Iglesia de San Francisco is home to the mausoleum of the Mendoza family; it cannot, however, be visited. The cathedral is built on the site of a mosque.
At Lupiana , 11 km (7 miles) east of Guadalajara, is the two-storey Monasterio de San Bartolomé, which was founded in the 14th century.