Plasencia Things to Do
The new one was built in 1.558 by Juan de Alava and the new one, between the 12th and the 14th centuries.
The heart of the city where you can find beautiful buildings such as the City Hall built in the 16th century (main pic).
1 Hotels in Plasencia
Doesn't deserve a name but you'll recognise it!: Avoid this one like the plague!
Our mistake, but after a couple of weeks of wonderful Spanish food we decided to have a change and came across a mexican restaurant in La Madrila area of Caceres.
The sign outside promosed 'authentic mexican food', but the place delivered only the palest imitation.
Their excuse for fajitas proved to be a couple of tough and crisp tortillas served with a bit of watery lettuce and sweetcorn. I'm afraid we got out at that point, happy to pay the bill for our mediocre starters rather than spoil our palates with the rubbish they were serving up.
At least we can honestly say we didn't have a bad meal in Spain - thanks to our walk out!Related to:
- Historical Travel
Favorite thing: Tourism Office
Plaza de la Torre de Lucía, s/n
- Tel.: (+34) 927 01 78 40
- Fax.: (+34) 927 01 78 41
- Internet: www.turismoextremadura.com/localidades/index.php?id=480
- E mail: email@example.com
There is another Tourism Office on Calle Santa Clara, between Plaza Mayor and Plaza de la Catedral (the pic).