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How to Find the Best Jaen Hotels with Venere

Venere is partnered with numerous Jaen hotels and can help you choose the best and most convenient fit for you in any price range. We provide photos and maps of each partner location to allow you the ability to see where in the city is the most convenient for your stay, no matter what your reason for visiting is. In addition, we provide real reviews of each hotel location from previous visitors, so that you can be confident that your choice is the right one no matter what you are looking for. With our hotel listings at your disposal, Venere can give you a helping hand and ensure that your accommodations in Jaen are affordable, convenient, and comfortable.

What's Jaen Like?

The city of Jaen owns a rich history based in both Moorish and Spanish influences. Jaen is dominated by the massive castle at Santa Catalina, which gives an excellent look at the surrounding countryside, including parks such as the nearby Sierras de Cazorla. The public Arab Baths under Villardompardo Palace evoke the city's rule under the Moors, and are certainly worth a visit. Moving forward a few hundred years, The Cathedral in Jaen post-dates the Reconquista and is an excellent example of more modern, Spanish-influenced architecture - but was also used as a prison during the Spanish Civil War, giving it a tragic history. The city also has a tradition of the arts, including the International Museum of Art Naif, dedicated to early 20th century works. There are plenty Andalusian accommodations on offer as well, and Venere can help you find the perfect Jaen hotels to visit these spots - and more.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Jaen

Jaen is a lively place, with plenty going on for both visitors and jinienses (as they call themselves) alike. The weather is pleasant, though quite warm in the summer, and as such Jaen features festivals at almost all times of year, such as Semana Santa in the spring. The local cuisine is excellent, with fish in particular being a specialty, along with local appetizers such as pipirrana, featuring tomato and olive oil. Olive oil is a big deal in Jaen, in fact, as more is produced there than anywhere else, and Jaen is known as the olive oil capital of the world as a result. In addition, the tapas in Jaen - as well as in much of the rest of Andalusia - are complimentary at most establishments, so sampling Jaen's culinary offerings doesn't have to break your budget. Let Venere help you reserve a room at one of our partner Jaen hotels today.