The South-West column of EuroMarches got up early to reach Cáceres at 9am. On the outskirts the marchers were met by around two hundred people who accompanied the march on foot to the town centre. A welcome and farewell event took place before the March left Extremadura to arrive in Toledo where the March arrived at 1pm with a gathering of people in Plaza del Consistorio.

Met by hundreds of people, a rally formed in the centre of Toledo that wound its way to Plaza del Ayuntamiento, next to the cathedral where a team from the city council welcomed the EuroMarches. The issue of water privatisation was raised by people from the neighbourhood of Alcázar de San Juan and taken up by the EuroMarches.

The March makes it way to Madrid this afternoon.