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A UNESCO World Heritage site, the old city of Caceres looks much the same as it did when the conquistadors were setting out from Extremadura to plunder Aztec and Inca gold. For travelers fascinated by Spanish history and impressed by historic architecture, Caceres is a city with endless attractions. It's a joy to wander the atmospheric streets within the well-preserved ancient walls and sample the excellent cuisine of Extremadura in one of its elegant restaurants. Online accommodation specialist Venere offers a wealth of information and expertise when it comes to selecting Caceres hotels, finding the best value Caceres rooms, ideally situated to experience this impressive old city.
What's Caceres Like?
The architecture of Caceres was influenced both by the Moorish occupation between the 8th and 13th centuries and by the riches that the conquistadors brought back from the Americas in the 16th century. The old town retains its imposing Roman and Moorish walls. Within, the maze of streets features a wealth of period buildings, including the elegant mansions of the conquistadors. The Casa de Toledo-Moctezuma was once the home of a daughter of the Aztec emperor, brought back to Caceres as a prize. The hub of the old town is the Plaza De Santa Maria, featuring an imposing Gothic church and stylish mansions. More modern creations are on display in the appealing gallery in the Casa de los Caballos, featuring masterpieces by Miro and Picasso. Caceres hotels make the ideal base for exploring the old town in the early evening when the streets are quieter and the city's skyline, with its storks' nests and Moorish decoration, takes on an irresistibly romantic aspect.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Caceres
Despite its illustrious heritage, Caceres is not a tourist hotspot, so don't expect English to be spoken everywhere. Trying a few basic Spanish phrases will always be welcomed in cafes and restaurants. Extremadura in general, and Caceres in particular, are noted for their gastronomy. Highlights on menus will include the superb ham and the famous local paprika, pimenton de la Vera. A specialty common throughout Extremadura is the crema de Zujar soft cheese, served with crusty bread or local white asparagus. A popular souvenir for visitors is the cherry liqueur of Caceres, made from fruit from the nearby Jerte valley. By partnering with a great range of Caceres hotels, Venere makes it easy for travelers to identify the rooms that best meet their requirements and budget. The Venere site highlights assessments made by previous guests to give a detailed picture of what to expect from Caceres accommodation.
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