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The location of Miajadas makes it a perfect spot for touring an area full of landscapes and cities that will surprise because of authentic character.

We invite to take a walk through history and visit the cities of the discoverers of America. Touring the region you will discover landscapes that unfold to the horizon keeping their natural value intact. This walk will also allow you to make gastronomic stops to taste flavors that are based on years and years of culinary tradition that is nowadays beginning to reinvent themselves presenting new forms.
The essence of the Middle Ages remains preserved over time in the monumental center of Caceres, declared a World Heritage City. Walking the streets of this city you will get lost among elegant buildings, palaces, churches and cobbled streets that transport us to another time. There are several cultures and historical periods that are present between the walls of the center. The echoes of the discovery of America can be felt In many buildings, as some of their owners left in Cáceres numerous samples of the treasures they brought from the new continent.

Another of the main reasons not to miss this city is its gastronomy. Although the Extremadura region is renowned for the quality of its raw materials and its culinary traditions, Cáceres has also the distinction of being the Spanish Capital of Gastronomy 2015. A perfect gastronomic exhibition that materializes in the multitude of bars and restaurants that we find in the city. The Plaza Mayor is an ideal point from where to begin to savor the delights offered by this land.
Francisco Pizarro and Francisco de Orellana are two of the most celebrated trujillanos that were born in this town, symbol of the expeditions to the American continent. The statue of Pizarro presides over the Plaza Mayor of Trujillo, the center of a city with plenty of sinuous and cobbled streets that seem to invite us to slow down and enjoy the calm of a good walk. We will find on our way numerous palaces, built and decorated with the profits of those who returned from America. Crowning these palaces we will see storks, the symbol of the region that will enliven our visit with its crotar, name that receives its song.
The capital of Extremadura is a lively and bustling museum which exposes the grandeur of what was the Roman Empire. The archaeological complex of the city is declared a World Heritage Site and includes points of great historical value. A must see is its Roman Theater, which after 2 . 000 years of history remains a benchmark in the world of performing arts. Many events in the world of culture are hold, as well as the prestigious Mérida Classical Theater Festival. To continue discovering the history of the city you have to go to the MNAR, the National Museum of Roman Art which holds one of the best collections of Roman mosaics and sculptures preserved in Spain.
In the region of Las Villuercas we find the Virgin of Guadalupe, patroness of Extremadura with the title of Queen of the Spains. Its image is kept in the Royal Monastery of Santa María de Guadalupe , a singular building because of the mixture of styles that converge in it. We can find Gothic, Mudejar, Renaissance, Baroque and Neoclassical styles. We also recommend the visit to the Monastery of Guadalupe, to breathe the calm that its walls transmit.

The gastronomy is another of the main attractions of the town, which has as its protagonist the renowned morcilla of Guadalupe. A must after visiting the main buildings is to stop at one of the bars and restaurants of the old center to taste a tapa of this delicacy.