This historic house dates back to the 16th century and was once the home of author Lope de Vega. Beautifully restored and maintained, it recreates the atmosphere and ambiance in which Lope de Vega lived, from his study to his prayer room. Many rooms showcase different works of art by the famous Golden Age author. Be sure to check out the vegetable garden behind the house. The house of Cervantes (famed author of Don Quixote) is located just up the street from Lope de Vega's. Walk west, almost to the end of the block, and you'll see it on your right.
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