Trujillo, a small town in Extremadura, is a place influenced by many nations since the time of the Romans. It is known as the `Cradle of the Conquistadors` and hosts a statue of Francisco Pizarro, conqueror of Peru. Many old monuments may be admired here, including the castle guarding the town from the hill of Zorro, two churches, and the Chaves Palace. If you're looking for fun and modern life, you shouldn't miss the events at the bullring and the Chiviri festival in the Plaza Mayor. Moreover, the town also has Roman remains, an impressive Moorish castle, and the 15th-century Gothic Church of Santa María.