The Silver Route (10 Nights / 11 Days)

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Night 1,2 : Parador de Carmona
Many different peoples found Carmona to be an ideal spot to settle and they left behind traces that still remain today. Must-see sights include the Puerta de Sevilla (Seville Gate); the Roman necropolis, evidence of a magnificent past; and the Museum of the City of Carmona, which provides a journey through the town's history. It is less than half an hour by car from the tranquility of our Parador and...

Night 3 : Parador de Merida
Over the course of its busy history, the building that now houses the Parador de Mérida has had different uses, including as a hospital, insane asylum and even a jail. Today it still houses historical remains dating back 2000 years. The interior cloister and Jardín de Antigüedades (Garden of Antiquities), a collection of Mudejar, Roman and Visigothic archaeological pieces, are both truly fascinating...

Night 4 : Parador de Trujillo
In Trujillo, all roads lead to the Plaza Mayor (Main Square), the heart of the city, surrounded by very beautiful and important buildings. In the middle of the square stands the bronze statue of Francisco Pizarro astride his horse. Together with San Martín de Tours Church, the Palacio de la Conquista (Palace of the Conquest) and the Casa de las Cadenas (House of the Chains), it will leave you with th...

Night 5 : Parador de Caceres
The restaurant, outdoors areas, café and guest lounge are all pleasant places to meet and talk. The renovated Parador combines tradition and modernity. It is fully equipped with the latest technology and incorporates environmentally friendly features such as high-performance boilers, LED light bulbs, and heating and cooling control systems.Follow any route through the cobbled streets of Cáceres and...

Night 6 : Parador de Plasencia
In the city you will discover the remains of medieval walls, fortified towers and gates, including Puerta del Sol (Sun Gate) and the smaller Postigo de Santa María (Santa María Gate). As you walk through the town center, you will come to the Plaza Mayor (Main Square), a must-see during the Martes Mayor (Great Tuesday) celebrations, which have been named a national tourist attraction. The town also boast...

Night 7 : Parador de Jarandilla de la Vera
Jarandilla is one of those charming towns that only grow more beautiful with time. Examples of non-ecclesiastical architecture include the house of Don Luis de Quijada and a number of medieval bridges. There are also many religious buildings, including San Francisco Monastery and Ntra. Sra. de la Torre Church.And you are sure to love the festival known as Los Escobazos, which is held on December 7 eac...

Night 8,9 : Parador de Salamanca
Salamanca, a World Heritage City and lively university town, is filled with historic buildings and locations. Students and locals give the capital an exuberant, youthful and very welcoming atmosphere. The city is always willing to share its rich heritage, culture and gastronomy with visitors. The sunlight casts a golden glow on the lovely stone façades and sunsets become a unique experience here.Stroll...

Night 10 : Parador de Benavente
Situated at one of the most important confluences of communications routes in Spain; its enviable location in the northwestern part of the peninsula has made it an important crossroads throughout history. It lies on various pilgrimage routes to Santiago de Compostela: the Vía de la Plata (Silver Route), Camino de Oriente (Eastern Asturias Route), Valladolid Route, Tera Valley Route and Asturias Route...