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With a varied, rich history and a rapidly growing local economy, there are plenty of reasons to visit the Spanish city of Badajoz. No matter what your particular reasons are, Venere is here to help make planning your trip a snap. We have partnered with numerous Badajoz hotels in order to help you find the best accommodations in Badajoz, no matter what price range or amenities you are looking for. Our accurate hotel ratings system, compiled from the ratings of previous visitors, helps give you an idea of what to expect from each of our partner locations, and lets you accurately select the hotel with which you can be most satisfied. Each of our listings also includes local maps and pictures to further aid you in making the best and most convenient choice for your stay. Planning a trip can be tricky - let Venere help you make it easy.

What's Badajoz Like?

Temperate and venerable, Badajoz has a grandiose aura of history owing to its historical location bordering Portuguese, Spanish, and Moorish influence. The Alcazaba served as the seat of Moorish rule in the city dating back to the 9th Century, and its visage dominates the sight of the old city. The Jardines de la Galera there, an interior walled garden, date back almost as far. The entrance to the city during more recent eras, the twin battlements of The Puerta de Palmas, marks Badajoz's later Spanish heritage. Extremadura's Iberoamerican Museum of Contemporary Art, located in the city, is an archive of the area's local artistic traditions. And the city's many plazas, including the central Plaza de España, provide both an eye-catching historical backdrop as well as serving as the sites for local events and holiday celebrations, all situated near top class Badajoz hotels.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Badajoz

Badajoz is open and welcoming, especially during times of the year where there are festivals, which is often. In the spring, there are celebrations nearly every week! While the city is generally inviting and has a thriving tourism industry, it certainly won't hurt to at least keep a few Spanish phrases in mind, and to be polite with 'por favor' and 'gracias' - 'please' and 'thank you'. The city's agreeable Mediterranean climate and historical grandeur also hide a budding and highly regarded wine industry, so be sure to sample some of the local offerings. And while standard Iberian fare and 'tapas' are common, the area is especially known for soups and stews, in particular cocido extremeño and gazpacho. So focus on blending in and enjoying the atmosphere and accommodations of Extremadura, and let Venere find you the best Badajoz hotels so you can make the most of your stay.