Things to see and do - Badajoz
Unmissable tourist sites
Badajoz Travel guide
Badajoz : Michelin's recommendations
As a frontier town, Badajoz remained entrenched behind its Moorish fortress and medieval ramparts and confined to its narrow, austere streets for centuries. Today it is the capital of the largest province in Spain and is a dynamic regional centre. Although often besieged and pillaged, it retains some traces of its past, including the majestic 16C Palmas gate overlooking the town to the north.
Tourist attractions Badajoz : Things to see and do
pl. de España E - 06002 Badajoz
The Gothic cathedral was built in the 13C, but heavily reworked in the plateresque style during the Renaissance. The fine and intense decoration of the friezes and the windows contrasts with the high, apparently fortified tower. In the middle of the ..
Duque de San Germán 3 E - 06001 Badajoz
Set up in two 19C seigneurial mansions, the Fine Art museum provides collections of sculptures, paintings and drawings for the art lover. The 19C and the 20C. are the best represented.
Plaza José Álvarez y Sáenz de Buruaga E - 06002 Badajoz
The archaeological collections of the region have found sanctuary in the Roca palace (16C.). They cover a vast period stretching from prehistory or protohistory (steles, small idols) to the Middle Ages, with Islamic et medieval arts. Works coming fro..
Meléndez Valdés, 53 E - 06002 Badajoz
Prix Prices from : 31 €
Located in the historic heart of Badajoz, Hotel San Marcos offers air-conditioned rooms with flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. It is 100 metres from the Museum of Fine Art. Rooms are decorated in warm pastel colours and have wooden floors, a work desk..
Gómez de Solís,1 E - 06001 Badajoz
Prix Prices from : 43 €
Located in the cultural and commercial centre of Badajoz in front of a pretty botanical garden and beside the Guadiana River, this hotel offers free Wi-Fi and is just 200 metres from Bellas Artes Museum and the Alcazaba. Zurbaran is well situated fo..
Muñoz Torrero, 27 E - 06001 Badajoz
This friendly, modern hotel is located in the commercial heart of Badajoz, just a short walk from the city’s most popular sights and shopping streets. The Condedu lies in the centre of one of the main cities of Spain’s rural Extremadura region. From..
av. de Elvas (urb. Guadiana) E - 06006 Badajoz
A classically elegant restaurant where the buzzwords are luxury and comfort. The contemporary dishes dispatched from the kitchen have their roots in traditional cooking and are complemented by an extensive wine list.
av. Adolfo Díaz Ambrona 44 E - 06006 Badajoz
The Lugaris restaurant occupies a small house with a compact terrace garden at its entrance. In the two neatly laid-out dining rooms the menu is focused on traditional cuisine with a modern slant.
Meléndez Valdés 53 E - 06002 Badajoz
av. Villanueva 6 E - 06005 Badajoz
A surprising appearance created by its striking façade, which leads to a dining room dominated by the overriding presence of steel. Extensive and traditional à la carte menu with an emphasis on quality ingredients, including excellent fish and meat d..
av. Luis Movilla Montero 12 (C. C. Huerta Rosales) E - 06011 Badajoz
Despite its location in a shopping centre, El Sigar boasts an outstanding decor and setting. There is a bar at the entrance, a contemporary dining room, a private section, and a terrace upstairs that can be used in summer and winter. Modern cuisine w..
Adolfo Díaz Ambrona 11 E - 06006 Badajoz