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About Caceres

A UNESCO World Heritage site, ancient Cáceres is one of Extremadura's most beautiful little cities. It’s a brilliant destination for culture aficionados and and history buffs, who will adore strolling along little lanes lined with ancient buildings, buzzy cafés and independent boutiques. There’s a good selection of accommodation options within the city’s stone walls, ranging from simple B&Bs to chic hotels, fit for a whole array of budgets. Our pick of the best places to stay in Cáceres is a fabulous foodie favourite, with an impressive Michelin-starred restaurant and hip hotel.

Cáceres’ oldest treasures date back to around 25BC, when the town was a thriving Roman centre. Visit the Cáceres Museum or take a guided walking tour for an insight into the city’s history. Highlights include impressive churches, municipal buildings and grand restored residences, some of which reflect the city’s rise in tandem with the discovery of the New World. Don’t miss the beautifully arcaded Plaza Mayor, or taking a trip to the nearby Cave of Maltravieso, filled with Paleolithic-era paintings.

Take a day trip to Madrid for yet more culture, history and great shopping, or venture into the countryside to hike and cycle. There’s terrific regional fare to be savoured all across town, but no better fine dining restaurant than Atrio, at the best place to stay in Cáceres.

The Best Places to Stay in Cáceres

For Foodies

  • Atrio Hotel Restaurant is a superb three-Michelin-starred restaurant with rooms. Modern, minimalist designer guest rooms are hidden within a traditional façade, inviting foodies to immerse themselves in the restaurant's unique atmosphere for a little longer. Co-founder and chef Toño Pérez pays homage to traditional cuisine with an innovative twist through his ever-changing tasting menus. Exceptional.


  • If you'd prefer a self-catering option, we suggest that you visit our online partner


  • Fly to Badajoz Airport, around 1.5 hours from Cáceres by road. Many hotels will be happy to arrange a pick up in advance. If you're travelling from beyond Spain, you may find it simpler to fly to Madrid Barajas Airport, and onwards by train from there.
  • Extremadura is wonderful for a road trip! Contact our online partner Rentalcars if you would like to hire a car.
  • Expect hot summers, with temperatures averaging at around 28°C - 35°C between June and August. Do be aware that this is peak holiday season, but cooler spring and autumn temperatures may be more appealing for exploring. You'll also find fewer crowds in April, May or late September.



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Best Hotels in Caceres

  • Atrio Hotel Restaurant Caceres 9 rooms from £250

    Designer  -  trio boasts sublime architecture by Emilio Tuñón Álvarez and Luis Moreno Mansilla, masters of modern design.
    Foodies  -  2 Michelin star restaurant.
    Local markets  -  Good for local colour.
    Air conditioningTennisRestaurantPet friendlyDisabled accessParking
    Recommended by  -  Relais & Chateaux, CN Traveller, Tablet

    A fabulous Michelin star restaurant with designer rooms and living areas. A traditional facade houses sleek modern lines, works of art by Warhol, and white crisp bedding. A gourmet spot with equally astounding interiors. See More

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