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CIRCUITO SEVILLA-MERIDA-CACERES-SALAMANCA-TOLEDO-LA PUEBLA DE CAZALLA
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CIRCUITO SEVILLA-MERIDA-CACERES-SALAMANCA-TOLEDO-LA PUEBLA DE CAZALLA

holiday package
Created: Wednesday, September 9, 2020
price per person From
93 €
Based on 2 adults
Created: Wednesday, September 9, 2020
Destinations: Mérida , Caceres‎, Salamanca, Toledo, Puebla de Cazalla
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10 Sep
Car journey 222 Kilometers - 2h 11m
Seville (Province)
Mérida
10 Sep
1. Mérida
Stop
About the city: Merida is the capital of the Extremadura region in Spain. The Archaeological Ensemble of Mérida has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1993. Mérida is a perfect city for cultural tourism. The main tourist attractions are the Roman Theatre and Amphitheatre; Los Milagros Aqueduct, the Diana’s Temple, or the Roman Bridge, whose construction gives meaning to the existence of this town and because of its strategic value it is a crucial element for trading and all the wars that took place in the east of the peninsula.
10 Sep
Car journey 78 Kilometers - 52m
Mérida
Caceres‎
10 Sep
2. Caceres‎
Stay
About the city: What a pleasure it is to walk around a city like Cáceres, where every stone tells a piece of history. Its monuments dating from medieval times are one of the best preserved. Explore the narrow alleyways of the Ciudad Monumental, the old town, which has been declared a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO, and decorates the city’s skyline with spires, gargoyles, turrets and enormous storks' nests. The monumental highlights are many, with the exceptional Plaza Mayor, an unforgettable highlight, as well as the excellent Museo de Cáceres housed in a 16th-century mansion and built over an evocative 12th-century aljibe (cistern), a surviving element of Cáceres' Muslim castle. Cáceres is a favourite place for nature-lovers due to its wealth of natural resources just a short distance from the city centre, which include the Monfragüe National Park and a nature reserve. The Jerte valley is also well worth visiting in spring to see the cherry trees in blossom. Take advantage of the cool of the night, when the crowds have gone, to discover a city that takes you directly to the past.
12 Sep
Car journey 201 Kilometers - 2h 1m
Caceres‎
Salamanca
12 Sep
3. Salamanca
Stay
About the city: Salamanca is an architectural tapestry woven in sandstone. Though there are excellent examples of Roman, Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and baroque structures, the golden stone itself is the thread of continuity and harmony. Nonetheless, this ancient university town, has many monumental highlights. Plaza Mayor, considered by many the most beautiful main square in Spain is a fine place for admiring architecture. The town hall is the large, elegant building in the centre of the square. Two beautiful cathedrals stand side by side: the New Cathedral boasts beautiful Plateresque facades and it is the only entrance to the connecting old, Romanesque Catedral Vieja. The university, the focal point of the city, is one of the best examples of Spanish Plateresque style. Salamanca at night is a party. The illuminated city is the meeting point for hundreds of students collecting tapas and beer. But make no mistake, it is also a city to enjoy a quiet night, savoring some wine on a terrace of Plaza Mayor.
14 Sep
Car journey 281 Kilometers - 2h 39m
Salamanca
Toledo
14 Sep
4. Toledo
Stay
About the city: Toledo flourished in the medieval era during the peaceful coexistence of Christians, Muslims and Jews. This fact has left behind a dignified and slightly mystical walled city. Toledo’s monuments crowd together in a dizzying anarchy of periods and styles, held together in a medieval matrix of sagging houses, churches, synagogues, and mosques. The city that El Greco portrayed in a few of his rare landscapes has changed little over the years. Surrounded by Rio Tajo, it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site and is one of Spain’s most visited cities. Artifacts of Christian, Muslim and Jewish origin continue to complement one another in this city, often within the same building. The cathedral is a complex banquet of architectural and artistic styles. Two synagogues, Sinagoga del Tránsito and Sinagoga de Santa Maria la Blanca, and a museum, the Museo Sefardi, are all that remain of what was once the largest Jewish community in Spain. Reminders of the Muslim presence are visible near the Puerta del Sol a 14th century Mudéjar gate and the 10th century mosque, Mezquita del Cristo de la Luz. The legends and traditions of Toledo seem to come alive at sunset. Visitors can explore the city’s mysterious medieval atmosphere walking through its narrow streets in one of the many night tours organized throughout the city. It is a fascinating experience that will transport travellers to another era.
15 Sep
Car journey 455 Kilometers - 4h 30m
Toledo
Puebla de Cazalla
15 Sep
5. Puebla de Cazalla
Stop
About the city: La Puebla de Cazalla is a city located in the province of Seville, Spain. According to the 2015 census (INE), the city has a population of 11,241 inhabitants.
15 Sep
Car journey 0 Kilometers - 0m
Puebla de Cazalla
Puebla de Cazalla
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