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The top 467 attractions in Badajoz

Ruins in Mérida
Roman Theatre of Mérida
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If Merida is known as a place filled with Roman culture, a special mention must be made to the Roman Amphitheater. I think this i
Cities in Mérida
Merida
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This summer on my trip to Portugal, we passed through Merida and Emerita Augusta. Everything that can be said about this beautiful
Ruins in Mérida
Temple of Diana
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Walk around Mérida and discover its streets and architectural monuments is a true adventure. I know the experience because, while
Squares in Badajoz
Plaza Alta
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Badajoz’s most iconic square is the Plaza Alta. It’s found next to the Espantaperros Tower, La Galera, and the Alcazaba in the his
Museums in Mérida
National Museum of Roman Art
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The Romans were an advanced society in many ways: Literature, the arts of war, law, language, and women's fashion. The Romans had
Castles in Badajoz
Alcazaba of Badajoz
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The Alcazaba of Badajoz is found in the highest part of the city near the emblematic Plaza Alta and close to the Casas Mudéjares a
Historical Monuments in Badajoz
Puente de Palmas
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El Puente de Palmas is located just opposite the Puerta de Palmas and the bastion of San Vicente. It is 600 meters long and 32 wi
Historical Monuments in Badajoz
Giralda de Badajoz
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No, this isn't the Giralda in Seville, but a reproduction of it, albeit on a smaller scale. It is made from brick and stone, with
Ruins in Mérida
Aqueduct de los Milagros
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Along with the National Museum of Roman Art, this was my favorite monument of the city. The sheer size of this aqueduct and the th
Wetlands in Mérida
Reservoir of Proserpine
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La Charca (that's the more common name for Proserpina Swamp) is an 8.5 square kilometer basin. The Romans built this dam over the
Ruins in Mérida
Mitreo House
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After lunch we went to visit the House of Mithraeum, somewhat far away from the rest of the Merida Roman beauties, but it is no le
Historical Monuments in Badajoz
Puerta de Palmas
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This gate located in front of the Puente de Palmas on the Banks of Guadiana River near the Baluarte de San Vicente is the true sym
Cathedrals in Badajoz
Badajoz Cathedral
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The Cathedral of Badajoz is located in Plaza de España (next to the Town Hall), although the tourist entrance is on Calle San Blas
Theaters in Badajoz
Teatro López de Ayala
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This theatre is located in Plaza Minayo, in the centre of Badajoz, directly across from the Provincial Hospital of San Sebastian a
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Villages in Jerez de los Caballeros
Jerez de los Caballeros
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Arriving in the noble town of Jerez de los Caballeros in the evening provides a wonderful spectacle that looks like a postcard. It
Castles in Puebla de Alcocer
Puebla de Alcocer Castle
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I think that one of Extremadura’s best panoramic views can be found at the Castle of Puebla de Alcocer. From there, you can see fo
Historical Monuments in Badajoz
The Espantaperros Tower
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The most famous and important tower of the Alcazaba de Badajoz is the Atalaya Tower, known locally as the Espantaperros (“Marvel”)