Extremadura is not only a destination where you can visit its extensive historical and artistic heritage; you can also go to festivals of music of all kinds and all styles.
The Royal Monastery of Santa María de Guadalupe, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, since the 14th century has been one of the most important places of pilgrimage in Europe. Over the course of history, from kings to beggars have travelled different routes to get to the Marian shrine.
Extremadura has a stunning programme of cultural events
Extremadura has a wealth of material and intangible heritage when it comes to religion and spirituality. From traditions, festivals and churches to prehistoric monuments, ancestral figures and evocative landscapes.
If you want to learn Spanish, Extremadura is the ideal place in which to do so. The region's broad range of academic options offer you the best opportunity to assimilate both the language and customs in the most enriching way possible.
The Silver Way connected Astorga to Mérida in the Roman province of Hispania, discover a history, culture and gastronomy route.
Many of the cities and countries of the American continent were founded or discovered by people from Extremadura; pioneers who gave their names to history.
Creativity is painted on the walls and buildings in Extremadura. The grey walls have turned into colourful open-air museum.
Cities bursting with history and legend; World Heritage Sites thanks to their monumental architecture.