This event includes a guided tour in the monumental city of Cáceres. The visit will end at the Mastropiero Terrace where we will enjoy a reception.
With one of the world’s most intact mediaeval and renaissance city centres, the Council of Europe declared the old town of Cáceres Europe's third historical city in 1968 (after Prague and Tallin) and the UNESCO declared it a World Heritage Site in 1986. The historical monuments inside the city walls have borne witness to the different cultures that have lived there
After the guided tour, attendants are invited to a welcome reception at Mastropiero. This terrace has been qualified as one of the most interesting terraces in Spain to have some "tapas" (https://elpais.com/elpais/2017/06/27/fotorrelato/1498562386_555574.html). We will have the opportunity to enjoy a selection of them.
The gastronomy in Extremadura is one of the greatest attractions. In Cáceres, gastronomy rises to a level of "religion". Cáceres’ rich and varied gastronomy, led the city to achieve in 2015 the title of Spanish Capital of Gastronomy organized by the Spanish Federation of Hospitality and the Spanish Federation of Journalists and Writers of Tourism.
For those attending the conference until the end, the organization will charter a bus to Madrid. The bus will leave just after lunch. The arrival time is sheduled at 20:00 with a stop at the airport terminals. The trip will include a one-hour tourist stop at Yuste Monastery. Yuste was the last residence of Carlos I – Karl V and the place where the emperor died (https://goo.gl/3Sd7C4)