Extremaduran cuisine with a modern twist
At the Parador de Trujillo you’ll discover a new restaurant area offering cuisine based on the most representative products of Extremadura’s cuisine. Rich and varied produce with Iberian Acorn-fed Ham and Cáceres cheese as its flagship. The menu offers traditional regional dishes, but with an avant-garde touch
a taste of convent cuisine
In the modern refectory of the Parador de Trujillo, a spectacular refurbished space, you’ll enjoy the mysticism of Trujillo’s exquisite cuisine. An austere but powerful kitchen. A menu with the flavour of Iberian Acorn-fed Ham, an assortment of Cáceres cheeses, tomato soup with cumin and figs, beef sirloin with Torta del Casar sauce or melted cheese ice cream with Villuercas and Ibores honey.
Type of kitchen
Tomato soup, Extremaduran zorongollo, beef sirloin steak, melted cheese ice cream with honey
Birthplace of discoverers
The Parador de Trujillo is located in the historic centre of Trujillo. A few metres away is the Playa Mayor, the nerve centre of the city centre, which is surrounded by historic buildings of great beauty. Its town centre features the equestrian statue of Francisco Pizarro and, next to the church of San Martín de Tours, the Palacio de la Conquista and the Casa de las Cadenas. Its town centre features the equestrian statue of Francisco Pizarro and, next to the church of San Martín de Tours, the Palacio de la Conquista and the Casa de las Cadenas.
Trujillo’s surroundings are also rich in natural heritage Near the Parador you can visit the Monfragüe National Park and explore it on foot on its walking routes or stop at the viewpoints to observe the spectacular scenery and the magnificent specimens of imperial eagle and black vulture that fly over the park.