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Located in Alburquerque, 27 mi from Badajoz and the Portuguese border, Hotel Machaco offers free Wi-Fi and free parking. It has a café-bar, open from 06:00 to 03:00.
Located in Alburquerque, La Casona de Carmen provides self-catering accommodations with a patio and free WiFi. La Casona de Carmen was a beautiful and elegantly appointed historical home. The low list price actually rented us the whole house, including a quaint, sunny kitchen, and family room with a large flat-screen TV. The Wifi was solid, the bed comfortable, and the shower elegantly remodeled. Most of the rest of the features of the home were hundred-year-old originals, which added greatly to the charm of the place. The whole home was spotlessly clean, and a very short walk to the old town center.
Located in Alburquerque in the Extremadura region, El Estudio de La Artista - El casar de Leo features a patio. This vacation home provides a shared kitchen and free WiFi.
Featuring a shared lounge, barbecue facilities, and a terrace, La Casa de Leo - El Casar de Leo provides accommodations in Alburquerque with free WiFi and city views.
Apartamentos paraje san Blas is located in Alburquerque. It provides free WiFi, a garden, a bar and a restaurant.
Casa Rural El Abuelo Alonso is located in La Codosera. The lodge has a terrace. Guests can also relax in the garden or on the shared lounge area.
Apartamento La Sierra is located in La Codosera. This apartment provides free WiFi, barbecue facilities, as well as a terrace.
Apartamento Rural Casa de Pedro is located in La Codosera. Complimentary WiFi is provided.
Casa Rural Camino del Alentejo is located in La Codosera, next to the Portuguese border and Sierra de San Mamede National Park.
Featuring an outdoor swimming pool and a garden, this property is located within 21 mi of Portalegre. At Monte da Esperanca guests may arrange horse riding and visits to vineyards.
Alburquerque Spain is the sister-city of our home town. We mentioned this to one of the tourism officials in the office at the corner of the Plaza España, and he took us into City Hall to show us the amazing fresco, completed and dedicated a few years back in honor of our sister-city status. The Imposing Luna Castle is impressive and well worth a trip to see the best preserved medieval castle in all of Spain. Just one word of advice: make your trip on a weekend, since most of the establishments on Plaza España only have dinner service on weekends. If you are staying mid-week, rent a vacation home with a good kitchen like we did.
We visited Alburquerque in Spain because it is the sister city of Albuquerque, New Mexico USA. Albuquerque NM got its name from the Duke of Alburquerque in Spain. Alburquerque is a small town of 5000 people and is a working class town with a quaint ruined castle above the town. It would not be of major interest to the general tourist. We enjoyed our stay there and were well treated by everyone.