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Walk through narrow cobbled streets and be awed by the medieval sights of Old Town Caceres, Spain

A  UNESCO World Heritage Site, the walled city of  Caceres will take you back to the medieval times. It is brimming with cobbled streets, centuries-old mansions and palaces, ancient stone walls, and a skyline  dotted with spires, humongous stork’s nest, turrets and gargoyles.

The Old Town Caceres covers a total area of 9 hectares surrounded by a defensive wall which is the reason why it has remained intact through centuries. It architecture reflects the history of the city, greatly influenced by Romans, Moors, Christians and Italians. The nearest major international airports are in Madrid and Seville, from where, you can take the train, bus, or car.  The Old Town Caceres is quite small so you do not need to go around in a car. You can just walk around leisurely.

There is so much to see in Old Town Caceres including the Royal Monastery of Santa Maria de Guadalupe, Guias Turisticos, Torre de Bujaco, Arco de la Estrella, Museo de Caceres, Palace of Carvajal, Palace de los Golfines de Abajo, Palacio del Comendador de Alcuescar, Museo Concatedral de Caceres, and Torre de Sande. Feeling hungry after hours of walking and visiting its sights? You can savor delicious cuisine at the Restaurante Torre de Sande, Atrio, Figón de Eustaquio, El Racó de Sanguino, and if you are craving for Italian food, head to Ke Pasta. If you are a music lover, you must visit the town in May when it hosts the World of Music, Arts and Dance, or visit in April when it celebrates the Fiesta de San Jorge.

With so many towns and cities succumbing to modern trappings, the Old Town Caceres has remained how it was centuries ago.  Enjoy its authenticity and history.Consult your travel agent for more details. 

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