Beautiful square located in the heart of the city, in the Gothic neighborhood. The Plaza de los Traginers (Traginers Square in English) retains a piece of the Roman wall of the 4th century with the circular tower that defended one of the corners of the fortification. Above, a house was built during the Middle Ages, but it was destroyed in modern times.
The name of the square is due to the fact that here the members of the guild of muleteers of the Modern age met. The muleteers or “traginers” were those
people who worked transporting goods, and the location of their meeting place was because it was near the entrance / exit gate of the walled city.
The only thing that remains of this trade is the Three Tombs Party.
In this square, a bohemian atmosphere is mixed with tourists, locals and musicians. On Saturdays the square becomes a place to paint outdoors.
Its bars and terraces make this small square the perfect place to enjoy an afternoon with friends, couple or just watch people go by…