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Trujillo offers its visitors the legacy of the great discoverer who left its streets to take part in one of the greatest adventures in history.
Personalities such as Father Bartolomé de las Casas or writers such as Pablo Neruda were crucial to the creation of a mixed culture
Rural Ethnographic Museum
The rural ethnographic museum offers an interesting and highly educational journey through the rural lifestyle of times gone by. Suitable for all ages.
Casa-Palacio Marqués de la Conquista
Its impressive façade captures the attention and awakens the interest of any visitor to Trujillo.
Located in the province of Cáceres, Trujillo Castle was built over an old Moslem fortress of which a number of remains have been preserved.
Church of Santa María la Mayor
Two towers frame this church, declared an Asset of Cultural Interest.
La Cadena Palace
Built as a residence and administrative centre for the landlords, the interesting feature of this palace is the paintings to be found in the chapel.
San Carlos Palace
This beautiful palace was built on the site of an ancient Visigothic fortress. It boasts a Renaissance façade and an inner courtyard surrounded by Ionic columns.
Juan Pizarro de Orellana Palace
This beautiful Renaissance palace, built in Trujillo in the 16th century, was refurbished by Juan Pizarro, the explorer of Peru.
Casa palacio de Chaves el Viejo
The Catholic Monarchs spent long periods in this building with Gothic and Mudejar details.