Paseo de la Constitución
The Paseo de la Constitución (or the Constitution Promenade) is a popular meeting point for the people of Baeza. This is where the old market square was located and where the guilds came to sell their goods and offer their services. As a result of this activity, some of the most representative buildings of the city were erected, among them, the Alhóndiga (16th century), the monument to the Triumph of the Immaculate Conception (17th century), the Balcón del Concejo or Casas Consistoriales Bajas (18th century) or the more modern Fuente de la Estrella (19th century) are still standing today. The circular bandstand, built in 1951 by the municipal architect Ambrosio del Valle, is also interesting. Over time, this promenade has remained a central space in the city, an ideal place to walk or enjoy the typical tapas in the local bars. The avenue has a structure of arcades on the sides, and the ground floor is mainly dedicated to small shops and hotels.