Extremadura Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Extremadura - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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La Vera and Monasterio de Yuste 3

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Jerte and El Valle del Jerte (Jerte Valley) 2

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Casa Museo de Pizarro

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The Pizarro family residence is now a modest museum dedicated to the connection between Spain and Latin America. The first floor emulates...

Hospital de Santa María

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The Renaissance stone facade of this 14th-century building has carvings of shells—an allusion to the Camino de Santiago. Inside, a...

Museo Nacional de Arte Romano

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Across the street from the entrance to the Roman sites and connected by an underground passageway is Mérida's superb Roman art museum,...

Museo de Arte Visigótico

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An abandoned 18th-century church contains this dusty museum, with fragments of Visigothic stonework. It's a branch of the Museo Nacional...

Museo de Cáceres

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The Casa de las Veletas (House of the Weather Vanes) is a 12th-century Moorish mansion that is now used as the city's museum. Filled...

Museo de la Coria

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Near the Puerta de la Coria and occupying a former Franciscan convent built in the 15th century, this museum's exhibits on the relationship...

Museo del Pimentón

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Tucked away in a 17th-century row house, this quirky museum tells the history of the locally made paprika, dubbed "red gold," for which...

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