The old Emerita Augusta was founded by order of the emperor Octavio Augustus in the year 25 a. C. Located in the middle of Via de la Plata, Merida is heir to a splendid Roman past.
Its Theater, its Amphitheater or its temple dedicated to the goddess Diana make of the old capital of the Roman Lusitania one of the best preserved archaeological ensembles of Spain, which allows to have the declaration of Patrimony of the Humanity.
Located on the banks of the Guadiana River, just six kilometers from Portugal, lies Badajoz. The capital of the largest province in Spain has always been marked by this border character.
A tour of its historical center will discover walls of Arab origin, interesting monuments and picturesque streets and arcades.
More than a dozen towers preside over the old town of Cáceres, delimited by ramparts of Arab era.
Medieval stone-paved streets and Renaissance palaces make up the most beautiful prints of this city declared a World Heritage Site.
This quiet city of cobblestone streets and white houses that retain the flavor of traditional Portuguese architecture is known for the defensive role it has played throughout history.
Set in a strategic geographical position, near the border with Spain, it was built within the walls with a complex defense system. In 2012, the border garrison and fortifications of the city of Elvas were declared a World Heritage Site.