CÁCERES: HISTORICAL DATA ABOUT THE CITY

CÁCERES: HISTORICAL DATA ABOUT THE CITY
The area taken up by Cáceres and its surroundings was already inhabited in the
Prehistoric epoch, as the findings located in the nearby Cave of Maltravieso manifest. It
was here that interesting thirty-thousand-years-old painting samples which date from the
Upper Paleolithic were found.
In the Roman epoch, in a plce known as “the old Cáceres”, Cecilio Vetelio founded
the Castra Caecilia camp not far from the city around 78 B.C. Besides, some authors place
Castra Servilia in the monumental part of the city. It was over Castra Servilia that Norba
Caesarina was founded by Lucio Cornelio Balbo towards 25 B.C. The family conflicts
between Leovigildo and his son Hermenegido in the Visigothic epoch brought about the
decline of Norba. However, with the invasion of the Arabs, and, above all, during the
Almoravid occupation, Cáceres, which was known as Hizn Qazris, acquired strategic
importance again. It was in the 12th century that, as a result of the Almohads’ arrival, the
walled enclosure of the villa was rebuilt, thus reusing the previous remains of the roman
walls.
Geraldo Sempavor freed the city from the Moorish control temporarily. It was lost
again and conquered by Fernando II of León in 1169. Nonetheless, even though he left in
the hands of the so-called “Fratres de Cáceres” (a congregation of knights), they lost the
villa to the Almohads until Alfonso IX of León eventually conquered it on the 23 rd of April in
1229. In fact, the 23rd of April is the festivity of San Jorge, the Patron Saint of the city.
Cáceres, which had become part of the crown in the late 13 th century, was occupied
by aristocratic families from the North of the Peninsula. They built palaces and stately
houses, buildings that comprised a large part of the monumental part of Cáceres. The tops
of some of these palaces were cut off because its owners did not advocate the cause of
Isabel of Castile in her fight for the Crown of Castile.
It was in the 16th century that the monumental group of the city was completed,
almost once and for all, through the construction of palaces and stately houses. They have
the typical traits of the type of buildings of defensive nature and show influences from the
Renaissance style.
Capital of the North of Extremadura and of the province of Cáceres, nowadays this
locality ranks second in Extremadura as regards population. Besides, it is an important
university city in Extremadura and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1986.
Website of the map: http://sig.caceres.es/callejero/descargar-callejero/
ACCOMODATION IN CÁCERES
HOTELS
Hotel name
Atrio (*****)
Address
San Mateo Square, 1
Telephone
Prices
+ 34 927 242 928
“Superior” room: €240 +
VAT
“Junior
Suite” room: €350 + VAT
“Junior Suite
Deluxe” room: €400 +
VAT
“Suite Superior” room:
€500 + VAT
Breakfast: €30 + VAT
Parking: €30,00 + VAT
(Price per car per day)
Double room or double
room for single use: €79
[email protected]
om
http://restauranteatrio.c
om/hotel/
Palacio de Arenales National
(*****)
km 52.1
Road-521,
+ 34 927 620 490
[email protected]
.com
www.hospes.com/es/ho
tel-boutiquehotel-lujoespanahospescacerespalaciodearenales-espana/
A.H. ÁGORA (****)
Parras St., 25
+ 34 927 626 360
[email protected]
els.com
Extremadura Hotel Virgen de Guadalupe
(****)
Av., 28
Double room or double
room for single use and
breakfast buffet: €90
Double room and
breakfast buffet: €105
(including VAT).
Double room for single
use with breakfast: €55
Double room for dual use
with breakfast: €60
http://www.hotelagorac
aceres.com/
(including VAT).
+ 34 927 629 639
See web page.
[email protected]
.com
http://www.extremadur
ahotel.com/
Gran Hotel Don San Justo St., 15
Manuel (****)
+ 34 927 215 478
[email protected]
ramhotels.com
www.donmanuelatiram
hotels.com
Special rates for the
Conference
(contact person: Borja
Benítez Fernel):
Room for single use
and breakfast: €65
Double room and
breakfast: €75
NH palacio de San Juan Square, 11Oquendo (****)
13
+ 34 927 215 800
nhcollectionpalaciodeoq
[email protected]
www.nhhotels.com
Parador
de Ancha St., 6
Turismo (****)
+ 34 927 211 759
(including VAT)
Double room for single
use with breakfast: €75
Double room for dual use
with breakfast: €85
(including VAT)
See web page.
[email protected]
http://www.parador.es/
es/paradores/paradordecaceres
V
Centenario Manuel Pacheco St.,
(****)
s/n
+ 34 927 232 200
See web page.
Caceresvcentenario.com
[email protected]
http://www.barcelo.co
m/BarceloHotels/es_ES/
hoteles/Espana/Caceres
/hotel-barcelocaceresvcentenario/descripcion
-general.aspx
Albarragena (***)
Pizarro St., 10
+ 34 927 220 657
See web page.
[email protected]
om
http://www.albarragena
.com/
Casa Don Fernando Plaza Mayor, 30
(***)
+ 34 927 214 279
http://www.casadonfer
nando.com/
Special rates for the
Conference
(contact person: Helga
González):
Single room and
breakfast buffet: €58.81 +
10%
(with VAT= €64.69)
Double room and
breakfast buffet: €73.64
+10%
(IVA= €81)
Full Board per person and
night: €94.86 +10%
(IVA= €104.35)
Hotel
(***)
Alcántara Virgen de Guadalupe
Av., 14
+ 34 927 223 900
Double room: €57
http://www.hotelalcana
racaceres.com/
Single room: €52
(including VAT)
[email protected]
acaceres.com
AHC
(***)
Low
Cost Avda.
de
Universidad, s/n
la
+ 34 927 628 223
Double room: €44
http://www.ahchoteles.
com/
Single room: €35
[email protected]
m
Alfonso IX (**)
Moret St., 20
+ 34 927 246 400
http://www.hotelalfons
oix.com/
Don Carlos (**)
Donoso Cortés St.,
13-15
Special rates for the
Conference:
Habitación Doble: €25 per
person
Single room: €36
+ 34 927 225 527
(Including breakfast
buffet).
Double room: €48
[email protected]
ceres.com
Pintores St., 28
(including VAT)
[email protected]
m
http://www.hoteldoncar
loscaceres.com/
H2 Cáceres (**)
Triple room: + €15 per
person.
+ 34 927 240 470
http://www.hoteles2.co
m/h2-caceres.html
Single room: €39
Single room with queen
bed: €42
(including VAT and
breakfast).
Double room:
€34
Single room: €30
[email protected]
Iberia-Plaza
América (**)
Hermandad St., 12
+ 34 927 210 906
hoteliberiaplazaamerica
@hotmail.com
http://www.iberiahotel.
com/
[email protected]
See web page.
Los Naranjos (**)
Ara (*)
Alfonso IX St., 12
Juan XXIII St., 3
+ 34 927 243 508
Double room: €40/45
http://www.losnaranjos
-hotel.com/
Single room: €30
+ 34 927 215 307
Triple room: + €20 per
person.
See web page
http://www.hotelara.co
m/
[email protected]
Castilla (*)
Iberia (*)
Ríos Verdes St., 3
Pintores St., 2
+ 34 927 244 404
Double room: €55
http://www.hotelcastilla
caceres.com
Single room: €30
+ 34 927 247 634
See web page.
http://www.iberiahotel.
com/
hoteliberiaplazamayor@
hotmail.com
[email protected]
[email protected]
Alameda Palacete Plaza Mayor, 33, 3º
HS (**)
+ 34 927 211 262
http://www.alamedapal
acete.com
[email protected]
ete.com
Alameda HS (**)
Margallo St., 45
+ 34 927 211 674
http://www.alamedapla
zamayor.com/
[email protected]
ete.com
Argentina HS (**)
Sanguino Michel t., 7
Hernán Cortés HS Fray Bartolomé de
Double room: €50/80
(Depending on the view
and the size)
Suite quadruple room:
€80
Double room: €50/80
(Depending on the view
and the size)
Suite quadruple room:
€80
+ 34 927 222 854
Double room: €35
http://www.infohostal.c
om/guia/caceres/cacere
s/alojamiento/4472/cac
ereshostalargentina.htm
l
Single room: €25
Triple room: €55.
+ 34 927 243 488
Double room: €39
(**)
las Casas St., 5
http://www.hostalherna
ncortes.es/
Single room: €25
[email protected]
s.es
Neptuno HS (**)
Alemania Av., 19, 1º
Plaza de Italia HS Constancia St., 12
(**)
+ 34 927 236 423
+ 34 927 627 294
Double room: €40
Single room: €30
Including VAT
Breakfast: + €3
La Rosa HS (**)
Sanguino Michel St.,
8
Single room:
€30
+ 34 927 221 750
[email protected]
ail.com
Al Qazeres HS (**)
Carretero (P)
El César (P)
Zurbarán (P)
Camino Llano St., 34
Plaza Mayor, 22
General Margallo St.,
61
Roso de Luna St., 11
+ 34 927 227 000
+ 34 927 247 482
+ 34 927 230 402
+ 34 927 210 452
http://www.residenciaz
urbaran.com
APARTMENTS
Hotel name
Address
Casa Pintada Las
“El Libro” (2ª) Canterías
Square, 7
Telephone
Prices
+ 34 695 690 556
Special rates for the
Conference:
Sextuple rooms, with
possibility of two extra beds:
€120 per day.
+ €20 per day per extra bed.
[email protected]
www.casapintada.com
Casas Pintadas San
Justo
+ 34 695 690 556
Urbanas
“El St., 45
[email protected]
Cuadro” (2º)
www.casapintada.com
Salor (2ª)
Salor (2ª)
Obispo
Galarza
Square, 2
Parras St., 9
Special rates for the
Conference:
Sextuple rooms, with
possibility of two extra beds:
€120 per day.
+ €20 per day per extra bed.
+ 34 927 246 400
Double room: €60
www.hotelalfonsoix.com
Triple room: €80
+ 34 927 246 400
Double room:€60
www.hotelalfonsoix.com
Triple room: €80
Cáceres A (3ª)
La
Concepción
Square, 19,
bajo
Cáceres B (3ª) La
Concepción
Square, 19,
1º A
Cáceres D (3ª) Valdés St.,
18, bajo A
Cáceres E (3ª) Valdés St.,
18, bajo B
Casa Pintada Margallo St.,
Cum
Laude 102 A
(3ª)
+ 34 645 895 361
+ 34 645 895 361
+ 34 645 895 361
+ 34 645 895 361
+ 34 927 626 312
[email protected]
www.casapintada.com
Casa Pintada Godoy St.,
La
Plazuela 12, bajo
(3ª)
+ 34 695 690 556
[email protected]
www.casapintada.com
Casa Sierpes Sierpes St., 2
(3ª)
Casas de La Barrio
de
Judería (3ª)
San Antonio,
30
La Ribera del La Roche sur
Marco (3ª)
Yon St., 25
+ 927 180 072
Cazires 1 (4ª)
+ 658 989 165
Cazires 2 (4ª)
Apartamentos
H2 (4ª)
Cambero St,
7, floor 2º,
door 8
Cambero St.,
2, floor 1º,
door 3
Sánchez
Garrido St.,
3
+ 927 220 065
+ 927 216 983
Riberos St.,
20
€20 per person, for 6
persons.
Limit: 8 persons.
See web page.
http://apartamentoturisticocazires
.com/
+ 658 989 165
See web page.
http://apartamentoturisticocazire.
com/
+ 927 771 210
http://www.hoteles2.com/h2caceres.html
[email protected]
Montesol (4ª)
Special rates for the
Conference:
Quadruple rooms: €90 per
day.
+ €20 per day per extra bed.
Special rates for the
Conference:
Quadruple rooms: €100 per
day.
+ €20 per day per extra bed.
+ 927 342 275
http://www.apartamentoturistico
montesol.com/
Double Apartment: between
€46 and €55.
Quadruple Apartment:
between €55 and €75
(All the double apartments
have queen beds, and the
quadruple apartments consist
of 1 double bed and 2 extra
beds).
Puerta
de
Mérida (4ª)
La
Casina
Tapandula (4ª)
Encanto (4ª)
Cáceres
Medieval (3ª)
Santa Clara
Square, 1
Postigo St.,
13
Muñoz
Chaves St., 3
Cuesta
de
Aldana St., 8
+ 619 916 197
+ 626 678 425
+ 619 975 716
+ 640 377 394
HOSTELS
Hostel name
Address
Telephone
Prices
+ 34 927 211
210
Maximum 42 plazas places.
Accomodation: €15 per
person/per night without
differences between
individual or collective room.
Breakfast option: + €3;
Choice of lunch or dinner:
+ €8
Maximum 66 places.
Accomodation: €16 per
person/per day.
Accomodation + breakfast:
€18
Half board (lunch or dinner):
€23
Full board: €28
All the rooms are equipped
with own bathroom.
Las Veletas
Margallo St., 36
Ciudad de Cáceres
Avda. de la Universidad + 34 927 102
s/n
001
CAMPINGS
Nombre
Dirección
Ciudad de Cáceres National Road-630,
(1ª)
km 549
Teléfono
Precios
+ 34 927 233 100
Official rates for the
year 2015. In the dates
on which the Congress
will be held will be mid
season, and be able to
offer to the attendees at
the same 15% discount
on these official rates.
[email protected]
com
www.campingcaceres.com
MUSEUMS AND MONUMENTS
Name
CÁCERES MUSEUM (PALACE
OF ‘LAS VELETAS’)
Located in the Old City, its exhibitions
Adress
Las Veletas Square, 1
Telephone
+ 34 927 01 08 77
Opening hours
09:00 – 14:30
17:00 – 20:15
Sundays:
are displayed in two historic buildings:
the Casa de las Veletas (House of the
Weather Vanes) and the Casa de los
Caballos (The House of the Horses). In
the rooms, Prehistoric, Roman and
Moorish findings are displayed.
Moreover, in the same building, the
visitor can see a Spanish-Arabic well
belonging to the medieval city, the
Fine Arts collection, and the temporary
exhibitions.
PERMANENT MUNICIPAL
EXHIBITION HALL “CITY OF
CÁCERES”
10:15 – 14:30
Closed on Monday.
Adarve de Santa Ana, + 34 927 22 68 89
s/n
Exhibits sculptures, paintings, old
pictures, silver and gold works, and
objects related to the fairs and feasts
of the city.
MUSEUM OF HISTORY AND
CULTURE “CASA PEDRILLA”
Ronda
de
Francisco, s/n
San + 34 927 24 16 33
The museum 'Casa Pedrilla' displays
works by local famous artists. Also, an
explanatory and didactic exhibition
goes through the history of
Extremadura, from Prehistory until our
times. In the same building we can find
the House-Museum of the Ecuadorian
painter Oswaldo Guayasamín, where
you can see some of his works and a
collection of pre-Columbian and
colonial art.
BUJACO TOWER
Plaza Mayor
+ 34 927 24 67 89
10:00 – 14:00
17:30 – 20:30
Closed on Monday.
Santa María Square
+ 34 927 21 53 13
10:00 – 13:00
16:00 – 20:00
Saturdays,
Sundays
and Holidays:
09:30 – 11:45
17:00 – 18:15
This 25 m-high tower, one of the
symbols of Cáceres, was built around
the 12th century and was used to
defend the wall and the city. The visit
is recommendable, as a great deal of
the city can be seen from the top of
the merlon. Nowadays, this building is
the headquarters of the Center for
Interpreting the Three Cultures, in
which you will find the explanation of
the different historical periods of the
rests that the city still preserve.
MUSEUM OF THE
CATHEDRAL OF SANTA
MARÍA
Iglesia Concatedral de Santa
María (Co-cathedral of St. Mary):
built between the 15th and
16th centuries, this church is the
biggest and most relevant Christian
temple in the city of Cáceres. The small
museum inside shows sacred art, silver
and gold pieces, and textile items.
CHURCH OF St. FRANCIS
XAVIER OR “LA PRECIOSA
SANGRE”
10:00 – 14:00
17:30 – 20:30
Saturdays,
Sundays
and Holidays:
10:00 – 14:00
Closed on Monday.
11:00 – 14:00
17:00 – 20:00
Sundays and Holidays:
11:00 -14:00
Closed on Monday.
San Jorge Square
10:00 – 14:00
17:30 – 20:30
Closed on Monday.
San Jorge Square
Tuesday to Saturday:
11:00-14:00
This Jesuit church was built in the
18th century
‘LOS BECERRAS’ PALACEHOUSE
Impressive Gothic style house, built
around the end of the 15th century or
the early 16th.
MOORISH HOUSE- YUSUF AL
BURCH MUSEUM
Cuesta del Marqués, 4
+ 34 927 18 06 46
The museum is located in the core of
the Old City, between the
emblematic plaza de San Jorge and
the Arco del Cristo. This museum
shows the daily life of someone living
in the Moorish times in Cáceres.
OPEN-AIR SCULPTURE
MUSEUM “PARQUE DEL
PRÍNCIPE”
18:00-21:00
Sundays:
11:00-14:00
Closed on Monday.
Summer:
10:00-14:30
16:30-20:30
Winter:
10:30-13:30
15:30-17:30
Park of the Príncipe
08:00 – 24:00
Malpartida
de + 34 927 01 08 12
Cáceres, 3 km. from
Cáceres, Road of Los
Barruecos s/n
10:00 – 13:30
17:00 – 20:00
Closed on Monday.
It was inaugurated in 1997, when the
sculptures were installed in the park of
the Prince (Parque del Príncipe). The
collection displays 27 sculptures by
celebrated Spanish artists, such as
Aurelio Teno, Luis Caruncho, Amador
Rodríguez, Feliciano Hernández, José
Luís Sánchez, and others.
MUSEUM VOSTELLMALPARTIDA
INTERPRETATION CENTRES
Name
Adress
Telephone
MALTRAVIESO’S CAVE
Cervantes Av. s/n
+ 34 927 24 72 34
INTERPRETATION CENTRE
CENTRE OF THE ROMAN
Road of Torrejón el
CAMP OF CÁCERES “EL VIEJO” Rubio s/n
Opening hours
10:00 – 14:00
Summer:
16:00 – 19:00
Winter:
16:00-19:00
Monday to Sunday
OTHER MONUMENTS
 Palacio de Carvajal (Carvajal's Palace)
Flanked by a 15th century tower. Its chambers, patio and chapel are worth visiting.
Address: Amargura St., 1
Tel: (+34) 927 25 55 97
Opening hours:
Mon-Fri: 08.00am-09.15pm
Sat: 10.00am-02.00pm & 05.00pm-08.00pm
Sun & Public Holidays: 10.00am-02.00pm
 Palacio de Toledo-Moctezuma (Palace Toledo-Moctezuma)
It was built by Juan Cano de Saavedra with the dowry provided by his wife. The main rooms of the
palace are richly decorated with frescoes depicting Roman emperors, Mexican kings and the
landscapes of some European cities.
Address: Conde de Canilleros Square, 1
Tel: 927 24 92 94
 Palacio Episcopal (Episcopal Palace)
This elegant Renaissance palace is really well located, just in the lower part of Caceres' Old City.
Address: Santa María Square
 Palacio de los Marqueses de Torreorgaz (Palace of the Marquis of Torreorgaz)
Charming building that combines several architectural styles, from the Gothic elements to the
facade of the 19th century. Nowadays, it is the Parador Nacional de Cáceres.
Address: Ancha St.
 Palacio de los Golfines de Abajo (Palace of los Golfines de Abajo)
This is one of the most representative buildings of the Old Quarters of Cáceres. Medieval and
Plateresque styles are perfectly identifiable in this construction.
Address: Los Golfines Square, s/n
 Casa de Sánchez de Paredes (House Sánchez de Paredes)
A 16th century palace that now serves as a Parador.
Address: Ancha St.
 Casa Mudéjar (Mudéjar House)
This building from the 15th century is a beautiful example of the Mudéjar style in Cáceres. It was
declared Historic-Artistic Monument.
Address: Cuesta de Aldana
 Casa del Águila (House of the Eagle)
This stately house has a precious Gothic window from the 15th century.
Address: San Mateo quare
 Casa del Sol o de los Solís (House of the Sol or of the Solís)
House-fortress in Gothic style built in the 15th century and renewed in the 16th century. The facade
presents the coat of arms of the family Solís, consisting of a sun, whose rays are being eaten by
eight snake heads, with a helmet above all that. Inside, you will find a small Renaissance patio from
the 16th century.
Address: San Mateo Square
 Plaza Mayor (Main Square)
This square is the main access to the Old City of Cáceres. In it, you will also find a lot of bars,
restaurants, and shops.
OTHER RELIGIOUS TEMPLES
 Iglesia de San Mateo (Church of St. Mathew)
It was built in the 16th century. Its interior is austere, although some decoration appears in the
baroque high altar and some heraldic crests. Another highlight is the Plateresque decoration of the
main facade.
Address: San Mateo Square
Opening hours*: from 06:30pm
 Iglesia de Santiago de los Caballeros (Church of St. James of the Knights)
This church, the most interesting building outside the wall of the old town, was rebuilt in the
16th century by Rodrigo Gil de Hontañón. The four-floor altarpiece is its main highlight, and displays
scenes of the life of Christ and other saints.
Address: Santiago Square
Opening hours *:
Sat & days before Public Holidays from 08.30pm
 Iglesia de San Juan (Church of St. John)
This Gothic church was built in the 13th century and is one of the most crowded parishes in town.
Address: San Juan Square, s/n
 Iglesia del Espíritu Santo (Church of the Holy Ghost)
This parish stands as the best example of the Mudéjar architecture in Cáceres.
Address: Costa Rica St., 3 (Avenida de Cervantes, 122)
Tel: (+34) 927 22 14 57
 Santuario de la Virgen de la Montaña (Sanctuary of the Virgin of the Mountain)
located in the Sierra de la Mosca, a mountain chain around 600 m above the sea level. From it, you
will get a gorgeous perspective of the city. The interior is decorated in Baroque style and the main
altarpiece is Churrigueresque.
Opening hours *: 09.00am-01.00pm & 04.00pm-08.00pm
 Ermita de San Antonio (Chapel of St. Anthony)
It is a small chapel, founded in the 15th century. The beauty of the popular style of the exteriors is
especially appalling.
Address: San Antonio St.
 Ermita de la Paz (Chapel of the Peace)
This old chapel, built over the rests of a Renaissance chapel dedicated to St. Benedict, has a
Baroque altarpiece by the sculptor Pedro Correa that depicts the Virgin with the child.
Address: Plaza Mayor
 Convento de San Pablo (Convent of St. Paul)
Cloister built at the end of the 15th century. It has a small Baroque church with Gothic interiors.
Address: San Mateo St.
RESTAURANTS
Atrio (1ª)
Plaza de San Mateo, 1
+ 34 242 928
Palacio de los Arenales
(1ª)
Ctra. N-521, km 52,100
+ 34 927 620 490
Maialen Maitia (Don Mirador (2ª)
Manuel) (2ª)
C/ Parras, 25
Florencia (2ª)
C/ Manuel Pacheco, s/n
+ 34 927 232 200
Orellana (2ª)
Avda.
Virgen
Gastro Pub Aires (2ª)
Avda.
Virgen
de
Guadalupe, 41
+ 34 927 29 25 75
Tapería Yuste (2º)
de Plaza de San Juan, 11
C/ San Justo, 15
+ 34 927 215 478
Torre de Sande (2ª)
C/ De los Condes
+ 34 927 211 147
Big House (3ª)
C/ Juan Solano, 14
+ 34 927 236 532
Chiara (3ª)
Plaza de San Juan, 2
+ 34 927 247 303
+ 34 927 626 360
El Asador (3ª)
Santuario de Ntra. Sra.
De la Montaña
+ 34 927 223 755
Foster’s Hollywood (3ª)
C/ Catedrático A. Silva,
5
+ 34 927 214 541
Homarus (3ª)
C/ Miguel Serrano,
Edificio “Los Miradores”
+ 34 927 235 582
Estación de Autobuses
(3ª)
Estación de Autobuses
+ 34 927 240 162
Gran Café (3ª)
C/ San Pedro de
Alcántara, 6
+ 34 927 249 997
Horno Cacereño (3ª)
Plaza de San Juan, 15
+ 34 927 222 237
Liceo (3ª)
Avda. Virgen de la
Montaña, 5
+ 34 927 210 518
Oquendo (3ª)
C/ Obispo Segura Sáez,
2
+ 34 927 211 132
Pekín (3ª)
Avda. Virgen de la
Montaña, 13
+ 34 927 226 655
Santangela (3ª)
C/ Córdoba, 16
+ 34 927 235 223
Telepizza (3ª)
Plaza Mayor, 12
+ 34 927 625 625
Tuareg (3ª)
Ctra. N-630, km 564,7
+ 34 927 129 778
Aldana (3ª)
C/ Orellana, 1
+ 927 101 679
La Cabaña (3ª)
Ctra. Badajoz, km 9,5
+ 34 927 234 030
Corregidor (3ª)
C/ Moret, 7
+ 34 927 216 109
Guadalupe, 28
+ 34 927 629 246
Aljibe (3ª)
Avda. de Alemania, 2
+ 34 927 224 288
Casa Diego (3ª)
C/ Caupolicán, bloque 1-8
+ 34 927 214 004
Cortijo Real (3ª)
Ctra. De Medellín, km 2,8
+ 34 927 215 009
Eustaquio Blanco (3ª)
Avda. Ruta de la Plata, 2
+ 34 927 238 555
+ 34 927 215 800
Aralia (3ª)
Crtra. N-630, km 549
+ 34 927 230 650
Centro (3º)
C/ Pintores, 3
+ 34 927 260 009
La Dorada (3ª)
Avda. Antonio Hurtado,
14
+ 34 927 215 170
El Figón (3ª)
Plaza de San Juan, 14
+ 34 927 244 362
Guadipark (3ª)
Ctra.
N-521
Emb.
Guadiloba
+ 34 927 190 223
Javier Martín (3ª)
C/ Juan Solano Pedrero,
32
+ 34 927 235 906
Manómetro (3ª)
Avda. de España, 6
+ 34 927 220 614
La Gran Muralla (3ª)
Avda. Virgen de la
Montaña, 1
+ 34 927 249 607
Hotel Alcántara-Clavero
(3ª)
Avda.
Virgen
de
Guadalupe, 14
+ 34 927 223 900
Mesón Orense (3ª)
C/ General Yagüe, 11
+ 34 927 224 757
Palacio Imperial (3ª)
C/ Motril, 2
+ 34 927 221 258
Pasadena (3ª)
C/ Pierre de Coubertain, 8
+ 34 927 629 494
El Pato Blanco (3ª)
Plaza Mayor, 12
+ 34 927 248 736
Pintores 33 (3ª)
C/ Pintores, 32
+ 34 927 245 231
Rafa II (3ª)
Avda. Ruta de la Plata, 4
+ 34 927 231 122
El Rincón de Julio (3ª)
C/ Sánchez Manzano, 1
+ 34 927 217 319
Santiesteban
Tapas
Restaurante (3ª)
C/ Motril, 3
+ 34 927 213 609
Telepizza Cáceres (3ª)
Avda. Antonio Hurtado,
8
+ 34 927 211 333
La Tahona (3ª)
C/ Felipe Uribarri, 4
+ 34 927 224 455
Tapería 8ª Arte (3ª)
C/ General Ezponda, 7
+ 34 927 242 490
Montebola (3ª)
Ctra. N-630, km 549
+ 34 927 230 908
Temis (3ª)
Torreorgaz (3ª)
Avda. de la Universidad, C/ Ancha, 6
14
+ 34 927 211 759
+ 34 927 248 635
CÁCERES. GETTING THERE AND AWAY
By Air:
The nearest airports to Cáceres are:
Badajoz Airport (90 Km. from Cáceres)
Salamanca Airport (215 Km. from Cáceres)
Madrid Airport (300 Km. from Cáceres)
Seville Airport (265 Km. from Cáceres)
Lisbon Airport (Portugal) (312 Km. from Cáceres)
Tel: (+34) 902 40 47 04 (AENA Customer Assistance Service)
Web: www.aena.es
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Iberia
Tel: (+34) 902 40 05 00
Web: www.iberia.es
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Air Europa
Tel: (+34) 902 40 15 01
Web: www.air-europa.com
 British Airways
Tel: (+34) 902 11 13 33
Web: www.britishairways.com
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Ryanair
Tel: (+34) 902 58 52 30
Web: www.ryanair.com
By Train:
*Cáceres Train Station:
Address: Avenida de Alemania, s/n
Tel: (+34) 927 23 50 61 / 902 32 03 20/ 902 24 02 02
Web: www.renfe.es
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RENFE operates trains between the cities of:
Cáceres – Badajoz (Duration: 2 hours, three daily trains)
Cáceres – Madrid (Duration: 3½-4 hours, up to five daily trains)
Cáceres – Mérida (Duration: 1 hour, five daily trains)
By Bus:
* Cáceres Bus station:
Address: Calle Túnez, 1
Tel: (+34) 927 23 25 50
For more information, please visit: www.estacionautobuses.com/index.htm
*The companies which offer services from the bus station:
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Alsa
Buses between:
- Cáceres – Badajoz (Duration: 1¼ hours)
- Cáceres – Seville (Duration: 3¾ hours)
- Cáceres – Salamanca (Duration: 2¾ hours)
- Cáceres – Granada (Duration: 7¼ hours)
- Cáceres – Córdoba (Duration: 6½-8 hours)
Tel: (+34) 902 42 22 42
For more information, please visit: www.alsa.es

Auto-Res S.L.
Buses between:
- Cáceres – Badajoz (Duration: 1¼ hours)
- Cáceres – Madrid (Duration: 3¾ hours)
- Cáceres – Barcelona (Duration: 12 hours)
Tel: (+34) 902 02 00 52 / 927 23 43 02
For more information, please visit: www.avanzabus.com

Leda S. A.
Operates buses from/to:
- Cáceres – Mérida (Duration: 1 hours)
- Cáceres – Almendralejo (Duration: 1½ hours)
Tel: (+34) 924 67 02 20/21/23
Booking tickets: (+34) 927 23 43 56
For more information, please visit: www.leda.es
By Car:
Roads:
- From Madrid, take highway A-5 until Trujillo, and then take road N-521.
- Highway A-66 communicates Cáceres with Salamanca to the north, passing by Plasencia;
and with Seville to the south, passing by Mérida.
Inside the Autonomous Community of Extremadura
- EX-390: Cáceres – Torrejón el Rubio
- EX-206: Cáceres – Villanueva de la Serena
- EX-100: Cáceres – Badajoz
Car Rental Companies:
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Hertz: www.hertz.es
Avis: www.avis.es
Europcar: www.europcar.es
Alamo: www.alamo.com
Traveling within the Province of Cáceres:
By Bus:

Alsa
Tel: (+34) 902 42 22 42
Web www.alsa.es
Services between:
- Cáceres – Hervás (Duration: 2 h)

Auto-Res S.L.
Tel: (+34) 902 02 00 52 / 927 23 43 02
Web: www.avanzabus.com
Services between:
- Cáceres – Trujillo (Duración: 40 min.)
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Emiz
operates the line JEV-016-2: Torrejón El Rubio – Monroy – Cáceres
Address: Calle Argentina, 13
Tel: (+34) 927 24 72 21
For more information, please visit: www.emiz.es
Getting around
By Bus:
*Cáceres Bus station:
Address: Calle Túnez, 1
Tel: (+34) 927 23 25 50
Web: www.estacionautobuses.com/index.htm
 Busursa (Autobuses Urbanos del Sur, S.A.)
Address: Plaza de las Capellanías, parcela 217-B
For more information, please call: (+34) 927 23 14 99 / 927 23 00 16
There are regular lines between:
- Line 1: Plaza Obispo Galarza – Aldea Moret
- Line 2: Barrida Mejostilla – Barrida Espíritu Santo
- Line 3: Plaza de América – Centro Penitencial Cáceres
- Line 4: Avenida Primo de Rivera – Ceres Golf – Valdesalor
- Line 5: Polígono Las Caellanías – Polígono Charca Musia
- Line 6: Plaza Obispo Galarza – Barrida San Marquino
- Line 7: Urbanización Los Arcos – Urbanización Nuevo Cáceres
- Line 8: Mejostilla II – Aldea Moret
- Line 9: Los Castellanos – Mejostilla – Gredos – Mejostilla – Cáceres el Viejo
Line C: Plaza de América – Campus Universitario
- R-C: Avenida Isabel de Moctezuma – Campus Universitario
- R-M: Refuerzo por Mejostilla (Plaza Toros – Mejostilla – Campus Universitario)
- R-B: Cáceres – Rincón de Ballesteros
- FE: 'Recinto Ferial': Plaza de América – Ferial
It also offers 2 lines of Night Buses:
- 1. Plaza América – Los Castellanos – Aldea Moret
- 2. Plaza América – Campus Universitario – Mejostilla

Autocares Gil
Tourist service.
Address: Calle Parras, 1
Tel: (+34) 927 21 70 44
For more information, please visit: www.masquebus.com

Autocares Blanco
Tourist service.
Address: Polígono Industrial las Capellanías, Avenida 3 - Nº 32
Tel: (+34) 927 26 90 06 / 670 66 92 93
For more information, please visit: www.autocaresblanco.com
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Autocares F. Royo
Tourist service.
Address: Polígono Industrial Las Capellanías, Avenida, 4
Tel: (+34) 927 23 05 15 / 927 22 55 42 / 600 49 83 46
For more information, please visit: www.autocaresroyo.es
By Car:
* Car rental companies:
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Europcar
www.europcar.es
Address: Plus Ultra, 1
Tel: (+34) 927 21 29 88
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Alamo
www.alamo.com
Address: Avenida de Alemania (Train Station)
Tel: (+34) 927 23 85 23
Opening Hours:
Mon-Fri: 08.30am-01.30 & 04.30-07.30pm
Sat: 09.00am-01.00pm

National / Atesa
www.atesa.es
Address: Avenida de Alemania (Train Station)
Tel: (+34) 927 23 85 23
Opening Hours:
Mon-Fri: 08.30am-01.30 & 04.30-07.30pm
Sat: 09.00am-01.00pm
 Turincar
www.turincar.es
Address: Calle Túnez, 1 (Bus Station)
Tel: (+34) 927 23 33 31
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Ceres Alquiler
www.ceresalquiler.es
Address: Avenida de Pierre de Coubertin, 32
Tel: (+34) 927 29 25 66 / 902 88 69 00 (24 hours)
*Parking:
There are several car parks in the city:
- Avenida de España car park (10 minutes from the Monumental City).
- The Obispo Galarza car park is very close to the Plaza Mayor (Main Square).
- In the Park del Príncipe there is a free open-air car park.
By Taxi:

Radio - Taxis Cáceres
Address: Calle Antonio Floriano Cumbreño, 4
Tel: (+34) 927 24 24 24 / 927 21 21 21
 Isabel María Romero Jiménez
Address: Calle de San Justo, 17
Tel: (+34) 927 24 64 88
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Asociación Gremial Auto Taxis y Auto Turismo
Address: Calle Comandante Joaquin González, 2
Tel: (+34) 927 22 25 54
*Taxi Rank:
Located at:
1. Avenida de España, 7
2. Avenida de la Hispanidad, 47
3. Bus Station
4. Calle Londres
5. Plaza de América
6. Plaza Mayor
7. Primo de Rivera, 13
8. Train Station
More info: http://destinia.com/en/travel-guide/Spain/Caceres-Caceres