Plasencia is a small city of just 41,000 inhabitants in the province of Caceres in the north of Extremadura. It lies on the banks of the Rio de Jerte, and it was a strategic place on the Silver Route. It dates back to 1186, when it was founded by King Alfonso VIII of Castile.
From the Plasencia Travel Guide
Madrid (the Prada, the Youth) & Plasencia
park of the afternoon there, until it was time to board our train to Plasencia. ONWARD TO PLASENCIA Boarding the train from the Atocha train station to Plasencia was one of the more difficult ...
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