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Caceres monumental city
The capital of Extremadura was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1986 and stands out for the architectural works present in all parts of the city.
Cáceres old town
The main square of Cáceres gives the main entrance to the monumental city, is one of the widest squares in Spain, in it we can find the Arco de la Estrella and the Bujaco Tower, which is the most striking construction of the square. The Tower of Bujaco is a must-see, from it you can see much of the monumental city. Attached to the Tower of Bujaco we also find the hermitage of La Paz.
Santa Iglesia Co-Cathedral of Santa María
The co-cathedral of Santa María is the most important Christian church in the city, Gothic style was built in the thirteenth century.
In the old town there are palaces, mansions, churches and convents such as: The Episcopal Palace of Cáceres, the Palace of Carvajal, the Palace of the Storks, the Palace of Diego de Ovando, the House of Aldana, the House of Lorenzo de Ulloa , the Church of San Mateo, the Church of Sant Francisco Javier, the Church and Convent of Santo Domingo, the Photo of the Balbos or the Plaza de San Jorge.
Museum of Cáceres
It is housed in two historic buildings: The House of the Veletas that houses the Archeology and Ethnography sections and the House of the Horses that houses the Fine Arts collection.
In the same Palace of the Veletas under the cloister we find one of the best hispano-musulmán cisterns conserved in the Iberian Peninsula.
The Maltravieso Cave
In the same city, although far from the historic center, you can visit the remains of the first human settlements of the Upper Palaeolithic in the Cave of Maltravieso. On the outside is the Interpretation Center where the history of the place is made known through models, recreations and audiovisual projections. Currently access to the cave is not allowed for conservation reasons.
Surroundings of Cáceres
Visit the Jerte Valley
The Jerte Valley is a natural landscape that breathes rest and tranquility. In it you can make multiple routes. The most famous route to take is the Cherry Route in the Jerte Valley. Visiting the Valley during the flowering of the cherry trees allows you to contemplate a unique postcard in the world. If you visit Extremadura, the Valle del Jerte is a must, reserve a whole day to walk the hillsides and enjoy the views.
In the Valle del Jerte you can also visit the Natural Reserve of the Garganta de los Infiernos. An environment of great natural diversity with numerous waterfalls and waterfalls in its streams and streams. You can not miss Los Pilones or the Chorrero de la Virgen.
The Monfragüe National Park
The Monfragüe National Park is an ideal destination for hiking and appreciating the beauty of the landscape. The park, which crosses the Tagus River and Tiétar, also has a varied fauna and flora that makes it a unique ecosystem.