Art and culture through the museums of Extremadura
Parque de las Lagunillas. Carretera Zújar s/n. Monterrubio de la Serena, Badajoz
Calle Marquesa Casariego, 13. Zarza-Capilla, Badajoz
Agustín Luengo Capilla, 235 m tall, grew to be one of the tallest men of his time. Puebla de Alcocer, his hometown, pays homage to its giant in a touching museum.
C/ Fray Juan de la Puebla, 4 Puebla de Alcocer, Badajoz
The old bakery, refectory and the Mudejar cloister are some of the places in the Monastery that house the museums
Plaza de Santa María de Guadalupe S/n Guadalupe, Caceres
The National Roman Art Museum (MNAR) shows the visitor different sides of daily life in the province of Hispania.
Calle José Ramón Mélida, s/n Mérida, Badajoz
Trujillo offers its visitors the legacy of the great discoverer who left its streets to take part in one of the greatest adventures in history.
Plaza de Santa María Trujillo, Cáceres
The quiet cloister of the cathedral houses some of the most important works in this museum
Plaza de la Catedral s/n Plasencia, Cáceres
The rooms in this 18th century palace are home to the paintings and sculptures of the artistic couple, Enrique Pérez Comendador and Magdalena Leroux
Calle Asensio Neila, 5 Hervás, Cáceres
This was the first monographic museum dedicated to the popular culture of Cáceres
Plaza Marqués de la Puebla s/n Plasencia, Cáceres
Just like in a bee-hive, the cells of this prison hold the essence of the main historic moments of the city of Coria
Calle Monjas, 2 Coria, Cáceres