Baeza is a small town situated in the heart of Adalusia and is a jewel resting in the mountainous region of olive trees. Baeza and its neighbouring town of Úbeda are historical towns and have been declared World Heritage Towns due to the abundance of monuments each town has. Baeza has approximately 20,000 habitants and if you are looking to immerse yourself in true Spanish culture- Baeza is the town for you. Granada is just over an hour away, Malaga about two and a half and Madrid is reached by train or coach directly. Baeza is a great place- it’s buzzing with a town square surrounded by bars and restaurants which all compete to give the best free tapas. It is a traditional town- Sunday is a great time for people watching as all the town go out in their Sunday best after church and have the traditional tapas. From this perspective it is a lovely place to teach- it is safe and people will know you as one of the English teachers working here. Accomodation is easy to find and relatively cheap as is going out.
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