Medellín Tourist Office
Come and discover all that Medellín has to offer.
- Plan your Trip
- Oficina de Turismo de Medellín
Medellín Tourist Office
Location and Contact:
- Contact person: Medellín Tourist Office
- Tel.:+34 924 822 438
- Tel.:+34 609 286 187
- Email: email@example.com
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website address: https://www.medellin.es
- Website address: www.medellin-turismo.weebly.com
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OficinaTurismoMedellin
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/Medellin_tur
- Opening times
PRIMAVERA (25 Febrero al 03 Mayo)
Miércoles a Domingo y Festivos: 10.00 a 14:00 y de 16:00 a 19:00h
VERANO (7 De de Mayo a 15 de septiembre)
Miércoles a Domingo y Festivos: 10:00 a 14:00 y de 17:30 a 20:30h
OTOÑO (17 Septiembre al 21 octubre)
Miércoles a Domingo y Festivos: DE 10:00 a 14:00 y de 17:00 a 20:00h
INVIERNO (22 Octubre al 23 febrero)
Miércoles a Domingo y Festivos: DE 10:00 a 14:00 y de 15:30 a 18:30h
Come and discover all that Medellín has to offer.This Tourist Office offers information on everything there is to do or visit in the area. They will be able to help you to make the most of your stay and they will give you information on the best routes and activities.
- Tourism Office
- Public services
Don Benito Ethnographic Museum
The building that houses this museum of customs is a manor house that belonged to the Count of Campos de Orellana
Classic Automobile Museum
The Don Benito Automobile Museum exhibits cars, tractors and lorries, some of which are over 100 years old.
Although its recent past is Christian, the origin of the Medellín Castle is Moslem, which can clearly be seen in the structure of this fortress which has been declared a cultural heritage site.
Parish Church of Santiago
The town of Don Benito in Badajoz has a parish church with the dimensions of a cathedral which reminds us of its powerful past.
Don Benito Bullring
This bullring can accommodate nearly 6,000 spectators and offers all kinds of commodities.
Medellín roman ensemble
Visiting ruins at Medellín is like returning to the glorious Roman past of the antique city Metellinum.
Romans, Visigoths and Moors settled here and left their imprint on the architecture of Don Benito.
The town of Santa Amalia lies in the heart of the fertile plain of the Guadiana river, in the province of Badajoz.
On the left bank of the Guadiana River, between Don Benito and Mérida, we find the town of Medellín.