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  • Flights from Greece to Badajoz

    Thinking of travelling to Spain? If you wish to discover a new Spanish destination, a beautiful city with historical heritage, character and personality, you will definitely want to look for cheap air tickets to Badajoz! The precious treasure of southwestern Spain and pride of Extremadura, Badajoz is full of history, beauty, Moorish castles and Arabic fairy tales, idyllic streets, alleys and squares. The perfect base to explore Extremadura, Badajoz surely has something for everyone. This is a family and budget-friendly destination, so expect to find many cheap hotels, B&Bs, apartments and rooms; Badajoz is more than happy to welcome you!

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    Information about Badajoz

    Badajoz is the capital of the Province of Badajoz in Extremadura, at the southwest of Spain. The city extends across the south bank of River Guadiana, only 6 kilometres away from the border with Portugal.


    Badajoz was founded by the Romans who named it Pax Augusta. The city boomed under Arabic control, and it was liberated again in 1229.

    With the Alcazaba castle as a landmark, Badajoz is a city full of historic sights, fairy tale castles and magical backdrops. A unique blend of Andalusian, Portuguese and Arabic cultures, Badajoz will forever captivate you!

    Airport

    Badajoz’s airport (Aeropuerto de Badajoz) is located 13 kilometres east of the city centre and can be reached by buses and taxis.

    Getting around Badajoz

    You can get around Badajoz by buses and taxis. Fares start at 1.00€ and minimum taxi fare costs around 3.00€.

    Badajoz Guide

    Badajoz’s major landmark is no other than the Moorish Alcazaba castle, standing at the city’s highest point and looming over the city centre. It was built in the 9th century by Ibn Marwân, was later fortified by Berber caliph Abu Yaqub Yusuf and was later established as the seat of the Taifa of Badajoz.


    If you wish to enter the old town – and of course you do -, you will have to cross the Puerta Palmas gate, fortified and equipped with two towers that guard the eastern gate to the city.

    Continue to Badajoz’s cathedral, reminding more of castle than a church. The cathedral was built in the 13th century and was soon fortified in order to be protected, due to the short distance from the Alcazaba.

    The cathedral’s architecture incorporates Gothic, Arabic and Flemish elements and forms a quite interesting façade; don’t forget to visit the adjacent Museo Catedralicio, to enjoy some quality religious art collections.

    Badajoz boasts many interesting museums, two of which you should by all means visit, especially if you love art:

    • The Museo Extremeño e Iberoamericano de Arte Contemporaneo, housed in a former prison, owns collections of exquisite Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American contemporary art

    • The Museo Provincial de Bellas Artes features exhibitions of more than 1,200 paintings and sculptures, dating back to the 16th to 20th centuries and made by internationally notable artists like Picasso, Dalí and Zurbarán
    Badajoz’s official language is Spanish.


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