Moorish tower is a popular landmark dominating the old town of Caceres. The lookout is worth the climbing effort.
A museum set in two beautiful historical buildings is worth visiting even if only for them. Displays exhibits related to the local history.
Impressive defensive walls have predominantly remained intact to the present and numerous buildings have been built into it. UNESCO heritage.
The Cave of Maltravieso in Cáceres, Extremadura, Spain, was discovered in 1951.
The Roman temple of Alcántara is located at one side of the Alcántara Bridge, Cáceres, Extremadura.
The Roman city of Cáparra is located in the north of Extremadura in the valley of the River Alagón.