Castile–León and Castile–La Mancha Sights

Plaza de España

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Updated 06/06/2014

Fodor's Review

Mérida's main square adjoins the northwestern corner of the Alcazaba and is highly animated both day and night. The plaza's oldest building is a 16th-century palace, now the Mérida Palace hotel. Behind the palace stretches Mérida's most charming area, with Andalusian-style white houses shaded by palms, in the midst of which stands the Arco de Trajano, part of a Roman city gate.

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Mérida, 06800, Spain

Updated 06/06/2014

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