This church is located next to the Cathedral, in the middle of the Way to Saint James as it passes through the city. The construction dates back to the beginning of the 15th century and it is built on the site of a Romanesque temple.
Its main altar has a splendid stone altarpiece made by Francisco de Colonia at the beginning of the 16th century.
The Gothic tombs in the church, in which members of the wealthiest families of this period rest, are very interesting. It should be borne in mind that the present-day Calle Fernán González was the place of residence of the nobility and the bourgeois oligarchy of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.
Also of note is the Baroque altarpiece of Saint Michael, which houses ten Hispano-Flemish paintings from the 15th century.
Nor should we forget the 16th century painting of the Last Judgement, which was restored in 1988 as part of the Ages of Man Exhibition.
During the guided tour of Saint Nicholas Church, we will also show you a rich collection of Flemish tapestries.