The medieval walled city of Caceres, consisting of narrow cobbled streets, ancient palaces and churches is a UNESCO World Heritage Site home to beautiful architecture and a range of exciting festivals.
A picture-perfect representation of Spain, the Ciudad Monumental (Monumental City) sitting at the core of Caceres is a maze of climbing streets dating back to the 16th century.
The architecture in the Ciudad Monumental is like no other and is not to be missed; arches, mansions and a decorated skyline of turrets.
Wander the cobbled streets at your own pace culminating at the Plaza Mayor, one of Spain’s most breathtaking squares, surrounded by regal splendour.
The Monfrague National Park is another national treasure of beauty to be explored whilst in the city and its surroundings.
The produce of the region includes a range of pork products such as fried breadcrumbs with chorizo and bacon, lamb, Soupas Canas (soup made with milk, bread, olive oil, paprika and garlic) and Caceres wine.
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