A stroll through the streets of this town will enable you to make contact with its people, its culture, its traditions and popular festivals so that you can experience Extremadura in full.
- Young people
- Single people
- Senior citizens
- Single people
Plasencia Cathedral Museum
The quiet cloister of the cathedral houses some of the most important works in this museum
Pérez Enciso Ethnographic Textile Museum
This was the first monographic museum dedicated to the popular culture of Cáceres
Plasencia — where culture and nature go hand in hand
The historical heritage of Plasencia holds its own in terms of the cultural interest of the other towns and cities of Extremadura, but with the added attraction of its parks.
As the Jerte river passes through Plasencia, it creates the well-known Isla (island) - the largest park in this Cáceres city.
Plasencia Cathedral is one of the city's most popular architectural landmarks and is actually made up of two cathedrals: the old cathedral and the new cathedral.
Iglesia de San Martín
Considered the oldest church in Plasencia, it houses a marvellous Plateresque altarpiece with paintings by Extremeñan Luis de Morales, dated between 1565 and 1570.
Iglesia de San Nicolás
Construida en el siglo XIII, es una de las primeras iglesias de Plasencia. Está situada en la Plaza de San Nicolás, en uno de los rincones más bellos de la ciudad, muy cerca de la Plaza Mayor y de las catedrales.
Hotel Palacio Carvajal Girón
Spend the night of your dreams in this 16th century Renaissance palace converted into a hotel. Discover its sombre and elegant architecture together with interiors of another era.
Mirabel Palace, in Plasencia, is one of the most important buildings in the city.
Sanctuary of La Virgen del Puerto
In a picturesque enclave, set amidst vegetation with impressive views of the Jerte Valley.