This large Islamic fort was built in the 9th century on a site already occupied by the Romans and Visigoths. Down below, its pretty...
Museo de Arte Visigodo
Many of the Visigothic objects unearthed in Mérida are exhibited in this archaeological museum, just off Plaza de España. It's a...
Don't miss the extraordinarily powerful spectacle of the Puente Romano over the Río Guadiana. At 792m in length with 60 granite arches,...
Under the arches of the ayuntamiento (town hall) on the Plaza de España's northeastern side, La Moett is a classy option for a coffee...
This inviting space, with tilework and abundant greenery, serves up well-priced meals that cover most Spanish staples and everything...
Calle Castelar 3 · interesting places nearby
Casa Nano information
Tucked behind Plaza de España, the simpático staff here serve up hearty traditional dishes such as cordero a la ciruela (lamb with plums) and tasty patatas al rebujón (fried potatoes with garlic and ham). We also recommend the three-course menú extremeño (€16).