Extremadura Travel Guide

With the capital Merida, Extremadura is another historical autonomous community of Spain bounded by other autonomous communities of Castile-León to the north, Andalusia to the south, Castile–La Mancha to the east, and Portugal borders it to the west. Taking a ride through Extremadura will help you get glimpses of old Spain, ancient Roman ruins and enchanting medieval cities and quaint time-worn villages. Mérida, Cáceres and Trujillo are the three most well-preserved historical settlements. The hamlets, stretching from the queer northern hills to the beautiful eastern Guadalupe and amazing Zafra in the south, exude a timeless charm, making them unique and fetch

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How to get to Caceres

Flights to Caceres: There is a small airport in Extremadura, which is located near Badajoz. This is served by Air Nostrum, which is a sister company to Iberia Airlines. Their only international service is provided to Orly, Paris. For coming...

Top 10 tings to do in Caceres

Old Town of Caceres: Old Town of Caceres features centuries of conflict, through the winding streets and architectures. They tell have long stories of victories and conquests, and every part in linked to another. They sum up to the heritage...

Cáceres Holidays and Festivals

Mercado Medieval de las Tres Culturas De Caceres (November): This event in Caceres takes place from Friday to Sunday, in the second week of November. The arrival of autumn brings in this occasion of having a ‘Three Culture Medieval Market’, and...

Top Spanish Foods to Try in Caceres

Cáceres' Gastronomy If you have had the best of Middle Age architectures, cobblestone streets, secret gardens, remnants of Christian, Jewish and Arabic cultures, it is time to indulge in some unique flavors of Torta del Casar cheese, cured sausages from Ibérico...