Trujillo is a small town in Extremadura (western Spain). Extremadura has much less tourism than other parts of Spain, is certainly out of the beaten path and an authentic Spanish landscape. Is a very interesting stop if you are travelling to Cáceres or Mérida.
On top of a hill Trujillo has its castle, built by the muslims in the 9th-10th century. Today it has impresive panoramic views of the farming landscape.
Palacio de la Conquista is a renaissance palace located in the main square.
Many towns in Spain have a “Plaza Mayor”, the main square where the market used to take place, it was also a place for the city hall, the festivities, the jail and the bullfigtings. Trujillo isn’t an exception, and it’s very well preserve from the middle ages.
The Alfiler Tower is easy to recognise. “Alfiler” means “pin” in Spanish, and it almost always have a stork nest on his top
Toro de Osborne
Is Spanish roads you can find this silhouettes of bulls, it is publicity for a wine brand called “Osborne”.