Museo de Cáceres
Torre de las Cigüeñas
This was the only Cáceres tower to retain its battlements when the rest were lopped off in the late 15th century. It houses occasional...
Plaza de San Mateo & Around
From Plaza de San Jorge, Cuesta de la Compañía climbs to Plaza de San Mateo and the Iglesia de San Mateo , traditionally the church of...
Iglesia de San Mateo
Dominating the plaza is the Iglesia de San Mateo, traditionally the church of the land-owning nobility and built on the site of the...
El Racó de Sanguino
Tables and wicker chairs spread beneath the sloping, timber ceiling within, while romantics can head for the candlelit tables outside....
Museo de Cáceres information
Lonely Planet review
The excellent Museo de Cáceres in a 16th-century mansion, built over an evocative 12th-century aljibe (cistern), is the only surviving element of Cáceres’ Muslim castle. It has an impressive archaeological section and an excellent fine-arts display (open only in the mornings), with works by Picasso, Miró, Tàpies and other renowned artists.