Trujillo's main square is is one of Spain's most spectacular plazas, surrounded as it is by baroque and Renaissance stone buildings...
Iglesia de San Martín
Overlooking the Plaza Mayor is the 16th-century Iglesia de San Martín, with delicate Gothic ceiling tracing in its single nave, stunning...
Palacio de los Duques de San Carlos
On a corner of the Plaza Mayor rears the solid presence of the 16th-century Palacio de los Duques de San Carlos, nowadays a convent for...
Restaurante La Troya
Famed across Spain for its copious servings of no-frills comida casera (home-style cooking), Troya enjoys a prime location on the main...
Pizarro Statue information
A large equestrian Pizarro statue by American Charles Rumsey looks down over Plaza Mayor. Apparently Rumsey originally sculpted it as a statue of Hernán Cortés to present to Mexico, but Mexico, which takes a dim view of Cortés, declined it, so it was given to Trujillo as Pizarro instead.