Cave paintings in Maltraviesco Caves demonstrate the presence of humans in the Caceres area of Extra-Matura for over 250,000 years. Remains in the city today tell the story of its Roman, Arab and medieval past. Like many of Spain's cities and large towns, the main places of interest are churches and other religious buildings. The oldest, walled area of the city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, almost untouched by the modern age. Here, the visitor will find an array of small shops selling trinkets and other souvenirs, and it is not unusual to find religious houses doing a roaring trade in homemade cakes and other comestibles. Festivals are part of life in Caceres, and every April, the feast of St. George is celebrated by a lavish firework display and the burning of a dragon in the city square. The cuisine in this part of Extra-Madura features a lot of pork, and salted ham is particularly sought after. For details of the Enterprise Rent-A-Car branch in the city, access the link Caceres.