The Posada del Potro is the prototype of the common 15th-century dwelling referred to as Corrales, which consisted of houses formed into sections wherein the families lived in rooms centred around a shared patio with a well.
This universally popular posada, or inn, is mentioned in Don Quixote.
The inn was a meeting place of knaves during the 16th and 17th century.
At present the building houses a cultural and exhibition centre.
- Address: Plaza del Potro, s/n
- Telephone: +34 957 485 501