Olivenza is a beautiful white town in Extremadura on a Portuguese flavor. The whitewash of the rustic but modern houses contrasts with the bare stone of the medieval remains. It is undoubtedly a quiet place along with a strong local character, drawn through the centuries by the vicissitudes of its surprising history.
Badajoz, one of the most beautiful cities in Extremadura
Badajoz is one of the most beautiful cities in Extremadura. It's the perfect destination for those who want to enjoy the city's architecture, food and attractions. As a tourist destination, few people wonder what there is to see in the capital, Badajoz, as it is often overshadowed by the most popular attractions in cities such …
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Mérida & all its wonders – The old capital of Roman Hispania
Mérida is a beautiful and historically important city and municipality of Spain, part of the Province of Badajoz, and capital of the autonomous community of Extremadura. It is located in the western-central part of the Iberian Peninsula at 217 metres above sea level, the city is crossed by the Guadiana and Albarregas rivers. It became the capital of the autonomous community of Extremadura in 1983. The archeological site in the city has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1993.
The best itinerary in Extremadura, Spain
Extremadura is a region in the south-western part of Spain. It's bordered by Portugal and is considered to be part of both the Iberian and Mediterranean regions. It has a diverse landscape, with beautiful mountains and gentle plains. The capital city is Mérida and it has many old towns and villages. People from all over the world visit Extremadura for its natural beauty and history. In this article we will learn the best itinerary in Extremadura, Spain.
What to do in Trujillo, the cradle of the Spanish conquerors
Trujillo is one of the main tourist attractions of Extremadura due to its monumental architectural complex. The monumental set is officially a cultural heritage since 1962 and the town is a tourist asset not only because of its historical importance but also due to its geographical location, natural environment and gastronomy. In this article we will learn what to see in Trujillo, the cradle of the Spanish conquerors.
The best of Cáceres, the most modern skyline of the 16th century
Cáceres is a homogeneous historical city, with pedestrian streets and monumental houses from the 16th century. It is also a cultural and artistic center. There are many galleries, museums, and historical sites in the city. It is a great place to visit if you like art, architecture and history. In this article we are going to show you the best of Cáceres, the most modern skyline of the 16th century. The city is in the UNESCO World Heritage List of Spain. In addition to having the third best historical complex in Europe, after Prague and Tallinn.