- Plan your Trip
- Estación de tren de Aljucén
Location and Contact:
- Tel.:924 31 20 05
There is a public railway service available for you to discover and visit Extremadura: you will find a station in Aljucén
- Disabled access
- Admits guide dogs
- Adapted car hire
- Accessible facilities and common areas
- Toilet with disabled access
- Toilet for disabled people in common areas
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
Museum of Mérida
The Museum of the Town of Mérida houses a collection on the Mérida-born sculptor and other pieces that take one on a route through the town's history.
Discover one of the most magnificent circuses in the Roman Empire and one of the best preserved.
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.
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.
Roman bridge on the Guadiana River
In the city of Mérida, on one of the most shallow sections of the Guadiana River, we find a bridge built in the 1st century, at the same time as the foundation of Emerita Augusta. Thanks to its large size and features it is one of the most important Roman bridges in the Peninsula.
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".