Trujillo Castle

Trujillo is a small town in the Caceres Province of South Spain, mid-way between Madrid and Seville. (2.5 hr drive from either city). The Trujillo Castle, better known to GOT fans as Casterly Rock, sits on a hilltop, the highest point of the town which makes the town look like a fortress from the highway.

Whenever I traveled between Madrid and Sevilla (pretty often, like once a month mostly), I used to be drawn to the town of Trujillo, specially after dusk when it is all lit and looks majestic.

The castle is worth visiting in the day-time though, to get a spectacular 360 degree view of the town of Trujillo and beyond.

PLEASE NOTE : THE CASTLE IS CLOSED BETWEEN 2:00-5:00 p.m. (siesta hours), and costs 1.5€/person

The town of Trujillo, doesn't have much to offer except the main square called Plaza Mayor with an imposing statue of Francisco Pizzaro. We made a short coffee stop in the town to visit the castle and take a stroll in the centre.


CAR (most convenient) : 2.5 hrs from Madrid / 2.5 hrs from Seville

AUTOBUS (less convenient) : 3.5 hrs from Madrid (17-35€) / 4.5 hrs from Seville with a stop at Merida (17-50€)

4 thoughts on “Trujillo Castle”

  1. It looks the town is situated nicely in peace and serenity. I liked your photos very much.
    Thanks for updating.

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