Things to see in Cáceres
What to see in Cáceres: the 11 essential places to visit
Cáceres’ charm lies in its palaces, castles, plazas and parks. So much so, that once you leave, you’ll be longing to come back!
Jaraíz de la Vera: the capital of paprika
Jaraíz is one of the foremost towns in the county of La Vera, famous for its paprika and the Yuste monastery where the Habsburg king and Holy Roman Emperor Charles V died.
The picturesque Plaza Mayor of Cáceres
Come explore the Plaza Mayor of Cáceres, the city’s boisterous social and cultural epicentre. Flanked by historic landmarks, it offers a wonderful selection of bars and restaurants where you can savour local delicacies right at the foot of the Old Town.
What to see in Plasencia, the city of two cathedrals in one
A tour around the cathedrals, a visit to the aqueduct, a stroll around the parks, tasting the local cuisine… the list of things to see and do in Plasencia is endless.
What to see in Granadilla, Cáceres’ loneliest town
Those who are looking for a unique experience are sure to find it Granadilla, Cáceres’s very own ‘ghost town’.
Mérida, the Roman capital of Hispania
Cover explore Mérida, a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. Dubbed ‘Little Rome’, this trove of historical and architectural treasures will have you in awe.
Guadalupe Monastery: Cáceres’ pilgrimage centre
Guadalupe is famous for its monastery and its perfectly preserved historic centre, which attracts thousands of visitors every year.
Los Barruecos: a very Game of Thrones feel
Just a few kilometres from Cáceres lies the fantasy-like landscape of Los Barruecos, which was used to film scenes from Game of Thrones. Come and take a look behind the scenes.
Cáceres Cathedral: home of the Black Christ
In Cáceres Cathedral, coats of arms carved into stone keep alive the memory of the most important family lines in the city.
The magnificent Palacio de los Golfines de Abajo
Ever since the palace of the prominent Golfín family reopened its doors as a museum in Cáceres, thousands of visitors have come to walk the halls of this richly-decorated, historic landmark.