Come and discover all that Plasencia has to offer.
Location and Contact:
- Contact person: Plasencia Municipal Tourist Office
- Tel.:+34 927 423 843
- Fax: +34 927 425 594
- Email: email@example.com
- Website address: www.plasencia.es
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ConcejaliadeTurismodelAytodePlasencia
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/Ayto_Plasencia
- Opening times
Monday-Saturday: 9am to 2pm and 4pm to 7pm
Sunday and public holidays: 10am to 2pm and 4pm to 7pm
Come and discover all that Plasencia has to offer.This Tourist Office offers information on everything there is to do or visit in the area. They will be able to help you to make the most of your stay and they will give you information on the best routes and activities.
- Tourism Office
- Public services
Plasencia Cathedral Museum
The quiet cloister of the cathedral houses some of the most important works in this museum
Pérez Enciso Ethnographic Textile Museum
This was the first monographic museum dedicated to the popular culture of Cáceres
As the Jerte river passes through Plasencia, it creates the well-known Isla (island) - the largest park in this Cáceres city.
Hotel Palacio Carvajal Girón
Spend the night of your dreams in this 16th century Renaissance palace converted into a hotel. Discover its sombre and elegant architecture together with interiors of another era.
Mirabel Palace, in Plasencia, is one of the most important buildings in the city.
Cáparra Roman bridge
Cáparra Roman bridge is in perfect condition because it has been remodelled many times over the centuries.
Sanctuary of La Virgen del Puerto
In a picturesque enclave, set amidst vegetation with impressive views of the Jerte Valley.
Malpartida de Plasencia Bullring
4,000 people can enjoy the bullfighting festivals and other events that are held in this enclosure.
The greatest bullfighting figures can be seen in Plasencia's bullring in June and August.
Iglesia de San Martín
Considered the oldest church in Plasencia, it houses a marvellous Plateresque altarpiece with paintings by Extremeñan Luis de Morales, dated between 1565 and 1570.