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
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Proserpina reservoir, within easy reach of Mérida, dates back to Roman times and forms part of the region's archaeological ensemble, which has received the UNESCO World Heritage designation.
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.
Los Milagros Roman Aqueduct
This partially preserved massive aqueduct was one of the large works at Emerita Augusta for supplying water to the city.
Archaeological ruins where we can see a temple that is characteristic of early Christian times. A journey through religious history.
Discover one of the most magnificent circuses in the Roman Empire and one of the best preserved.
Roman bridge on the Albarregas River
Built when the Roman city of Emerita Augusta was founded, the bridge on the Albarregas River is still in perfect condition and includes some of its original features.
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.
This 6th-century Visigothic architectural site was used as a hostel and hospital by pilgrims and the poor.
Nature and history come together in this town situated on the border between Badajoz and Cáceres.