After you pass through the gate leading to the old quarter, you'll see this palace, dominated by a soaring tower dating from 1515. Only three of the four corner towers remain, adorned with various coats of arms of the families who once lived here. Inside, there are classical collonaded courtyards with Renaissance details, but they're no longer open to the public. Still, the impressive building is worth a stop.
C. de los Olmos 2, Cáceres, 10003, Spain