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Bed and breakfast accommodation in Cáceres Monasteries

• Unique and peaceful Monastery stays like no other

• Enjoy one of a kind guest accommodation in some of the most historic and beautiful buildings in Cáceres on the doorstep of some of Spain's most renowned tourist attractions.

• provides a unique opportunity for anyone to stay in beautiful Monastery accommodation across Cáceres and the surrounding area, the perfect base for a peaceful, relaxing retreat.

Cáceres Visitor information

Cáceres is an incredible place to visit with its narrow-cobbled streets, ancient stone walls, and towered palaces. 

Visit the Cáceres Museum and take in all the treasures, archaeological discoveries, and masterpieces of fine art, and so much more to see.

Take a tour around the largest and most impressive Palace in Cáceres, the Palacio de Golfines. It has a blend of different architectural styles, from Gothic, Plateresque and Renaissance. 

Explore the Old Town where you will find a variety of Restaurants, towering Islamic arches, Renaissance buildings and it's incredibly gorgeous historic center. 

Head to the Plaza Mayor in the City Centre and enjoy a variety of different Restaurants, Bars and Pubs. It is picturesque and full of medieval style buildings such as the City Hall, multiple towers and the City Gate ‘’ Arco de Estrella’’. 


The city itself is very compact, so you can easily walk around all areas of the City in 30 minutes so essentially you won’t need to use transport, however there is plenty available!  

Travelling by car is the easiest way to get around at your own pace. 

The main international airports near Cáceres are Madrid, Seville, and Lisbon, all within 250-300 km away. 

There are several regular trains running around Cáceres and the railway station is on the outskirts of the City, taxis are available however it is only a 10-minute walk from the city. 

There are buses available all around the City and easily accessible, taking you all around the city and also to popular locations nearby. 

History of Cáceres

Cáceres was founded by the Romans in 25 BC and is located in the autonomous community of Extremadura known as a monumental city. 

The Maltravieso caves are full of hundreds of paintings including the world's oldest known painting which is the Red hand stencil which is over 67,000 years old. 

In the 3rd-4th Centuries the Romans built walls around Cáceres, some of the remains still exist to this day including the gateway, the Arco del Cristo. 

During the Reconquista and the Discovery of the Americas, Cáceres flourished as the nobles and influential Spanish families-built palaces and homes which helped the expansion of Cáceres. 

In the 19th Century Cáceres became the Capital City of the Extremadura region. 

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