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Best Hotels in Trujillo

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At Hotels.com, we know how important it is to find just the right accommodation for your holiday. So we have worked with the best Trujillo Hotels to create a hand picked list of accommodation in Trujillo. Here you will find a room to suit your needs whether you are travelling alone, with pets, with your partner on a romantic break, or with your whole family. All of the Trujillo Hotels on our list are illustrated with photographs of the rooms and interiors and exteriors of the hotel so that you can book confident in the knowledge that you have chosen the right hotel for you. We also supplement our listings with ratings from other Hotels.com users to help give you a feel of the hotel. Trujillo is situated close to some gorgeous natural features and is located in the Caceres region of Spain, a place packed with history that also offers visitors opportunities for trips to Portugal or the capital of Madrid. So Trujillo Hotels are great locations from which to explore both natural beauty and urban cultural attractions.

What's Trujillo Like?

A picture postcard image of a fortified medieval town, Trujillo is likely to take your breath away at a glance, it's red roofed buildings tightly backed behind a crumblign wall, overlooking a broad swathe of flat land running to distant mountains. Aside from the usual delights of town square eating and drinking in a wonderful warm mediterranean climate, vistors can also explore some fine medieval and rennaissance architecture. Take a look at the numerous old churches in the town, such as the Santa María la Mayor or the the church of San Francisco. Additionally you can walk by the towns various palaces, a testament to the historic importance of the town. These include the palace of the Orellana-Pizarro family and the palace of the Duques de San Carlos. If you visit in May you can experience the national cheese fair, the largest in Spain, and certainly it is worth sampling some of the delicious local varieties on offer.

Righlty proud of their small town and its history, the locals are welcoming to visitors and appreciate an interest in their food, drink and culture. Enjoy locally creating delicacies such as Torta del Casar sheep's milk cheese. Certainly you'll find it easy to relax as they do with a glass of fine local wine while gazing out across the open plains surrounding the town. There are many festivals held in this town that attract people from far and wide, and the locals love to meet new people and socialise. At Hotels.com, we love using our store of local knowledge to help you to feel at home in a new country. Make the most of our expertise by booking your Trujillo accommodation through our website.