- Don Álvaro
A stroll through the streets of this town will enable you to make contact with its people, its culture, its traditions and popular festivals so that you can experience Extremadura in full.
- Young people
- Single people
- Senior citizens
- Single people
National Roman Art Museum in Mérida
The National Roman Art Museum (MNAR) shows the visitor different sides of daily life in the province of Hispania.
Extremadura Geology Museum
Its collection has made this museum one of the most important of its kind.
Museum of Visigoth Art and Culture
The collection of Visigoth pieces in this museum brings together relics from Mérida from the 4th-8th centuries, as the capital of the Diocesis Hispaniarum and as the metropolitan capital of the province of Lusitania
Rabo de Buey Aqueduct
Mérida was supplied with water by three main aqueducts in Roman times. One of them was the one called Rabo de Buey, or also San Lázaro.
Roman arch of Trajan
This arch was erected as part of the structure providing entry to a temple for imperial worship It is now the only one left of the three that existed formerly.
On top of the Culebra hill, we find Alange castle, a strategic fortress from the 9th century and a place of battle for Arabs and Christians.
Basilica of Santa Eulalia
A space included in the archaeological complex of Mérida, and a showcase within the regional capital as it contains the town's patron.
Remains of Roman thermae in Mérida
Without a doubt the capital of Extremadura is one of the region's enclaves with the most thermal bath constructions.
Remains of the Temple of Mars
The basilica of Santa Eulalia in Mérida contains the remains of the Roman temple of Mars in its atrium, known as "el hornito".
Mérida is traditionally a bullfighting town, but the current bullring was not built until the 20th century.