Spectacular swimming pool
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Walking through Cáceres is a walk among stones which seem to be stuck in time. This Extremaduran municipality takes pride in its historic centre which is a symbol of its tradition. Visiting the city from the Barceló Hotels & Resorts in Cáceres allows you to see the innovative personality that has always characterised its people, from Núñez de Balboa to Pizarro through to Hernán Cortés. Don't forget that Extremadura is a birthplace of explorers.
A brief stroll through the old town reveals the history that exudes from its most iconic buildings, among those are the Concatedral of Santa María, Palacio de las Veletas, the Golfines, the Casa del Sol, or Bujaco Tower, a background required in any good photo of Cáceres worth taking. A different experience for the guests at Barceló Hotels & Resorts in Cáceres is to admire the city from above, seeing the rooftops all lit up, whether from bell tower of the Co-cathedral or from the Bujaco Tower.
The arcade of the Plaza Mayor offers a whole number of bars where you can sample the city’s typical cuisine, which is how Barceló Hotels & Resorts in Cáceres seduces its visitors. This gastronomic offering ranges from cured ham and cheese, to las migas, a typical dish made from bread, bacon, chorizo and peppers, la chanfaina, a stew made with lamb, to blood sausage and torta del Casar cake. All this washed down with a glass of local wine and for dessert, or even sometimes better for breakfast, the mojicón, a mouthwatering magdalena, or some cherries from the Valle del Jerte when in season.
If Cáceres is known as the birthplace of explorers, those who visit it will not be known as anything less. The hotels in Cáceres are the entrance to the city: explore it and discover a fascinating destination.