- Plan your Trip
- Estación de autobuses de Cáceres
Location and Contact:
- Tel.:927 23 25 50
There is a public transport service available for you to discover and visit Extremadura: you will find a station in Cáceres
- Disabled access
- Admits guide dogs
- Accessible car park
- Accessible facilities and common areas
- Access ramps
- Accessible restaurant
- Toilet with disabled access
Cáceres Co-Cathedral Museum
The pieces at this museum are donations from other parishes in the city and from other churches in the province
City of Cáceres Municipal Permanent Exhibition Hall
This museum was created for visitors to learn about Cáceres and its history
Casa- Museo Árabe Yusuf al Burch
One of the attractions of this museum is that, not only can you journey through the archaeological past of this Extremadura city but you can also discover the work of contemporary artists, such as Picasso, Miró and Tàpies.
Helga de Alvear Foundation Visual Arts Centre
The Helga de Alvear collection is the most important private collection of contemporary international art
Casa Pedrilla and Guayasamín House-Museum
In one place, two cultures come together to promote their contemporary history
Cáceres City Wall
From the times when the Romans occupied these lands there still remains a part of the city wall which safeguarded the city, as well as its gates and towers.
From the 15th and 16th centuries in the monumental city of Cáceres you will find an unusual building with a mixture of Gothic and Renaissance elements.
The beautiful Neoclassical façade opens onto a large Tuscan courtyard and an old chapel.
Los Golfines de Abajo Palace
The Catholic Monarchs stayed at the Golfines de Abajo Renaissance Palace of the Golfin family when they visited the city.