Things to see in Salamanca

Tips from real travelers about attractions and what to see in Salamanca.
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  • After a long night out in Salamanca (amongst a majority of students), there is no greater gift you can give the beleaguered body (which also deserves a break from time to time, "poor thing"), than a breakfast in the Plaza Mayor of S...
  • It is a truly special place. The entire city of Salamanca is imbued with magic, precious corners and spectacular views ... But of everything one can find in the city, my favourite has to be the cathedrals. No need to be a believer i...
  • This place is one of the most visited and beautiful in Salamanca, not only for its beautiful history but for the beautiful gardens wherein it rests. This is the garden of Calixto (Calisto) and Melibea, located on the old wall of Sal...
  • The University of Salamanca is the second oldest university in Spain and one of the oldest in Europe. It was founded in 1218 as a comprehensive school and later converted into a University by the wise Alfonso X in 1254. Like Oxfo...
  • The Casa de las Conchas (House of shells) claims its uniqueness to the four winds that cross it. It brings a late Gothic style coupled with the renewed enthusiasm of the Renaissance but still keeps its Moorish feel. The Casa de las ...
  • It is one of the most beautiful and lively places in Salamanca. Always full of walkers, outdoor activities, and people relaxing in the gardens, enjoying the great historical setting in which it is located.
  • The Roman bridge of Salmantica, which was the name for Salamanca during the period of Roman rule, is built on the River Tormes. No one knows exactly when it was built. There was talk of it during the time of Augustus and Trajan, ...
  • Salamanca can boast of many things, like the fact it houses the oldest university in Spain, created by Alfonso X in 1218 and without a doubt the most traditional of university buildings. Within its walls are students of every ilk...
  • It is always a great pleasure to walk along the banks of the Tormes in Salamanca. It has several bridges and parks, all well-kept and very quiet.
  • The convent of San Esteban is one of the must see' in Salamanca. Its magnificent façade and beautiful interior mean that few visitors pass through Salamanca without visiting it, and few Salamancans do not return again and again to a...
  • The statue of Lazarillo de Tormes is located next to the church of Santiago in the city of Salamanca, next to the Puente Romano (Roman Bridge) and obviously the River Tormes. It is a tribute to the Spanish language as it is a monume...
  • This is not a typical Zara store, a space that could be part of a shopping centre in any country. It is a convent. The clothing company took 8 years to restore the remains of the convent of San Antonio el Real, its 22 metre high dom...
  • Rua Mayor is the main street of the old district of Salamanca. Exit the Plaza Mayor to get to the Cathedral, or rather the two cathedrals. Totally accessible by foot, this street is a favourite of the people of Salamanca for taking ...
  • In the centre of the Patio de las Escuelas (Schools court) of Salamanca is a monument to friar Luis de León, the poet and sixteenth century Spanish Augustinian. Friar Luis was a doctorate in theology and taught at the University ...
  • The areas of Calle libereros and La Latina are widely known in Salamanca. They are located near the University building (with its famous facade and frog). The two intersect crosswise and it is there on its axis, where the most life ...
  • The area is very good, with a terrace and well located. The food it is mediocre, service was bad and a downright bad value (13 euros supplement for the terrace). It is a restaurant (let's be nice enough to call it) clearly directed...
  • The Salamanca Lyceum Theatre is on the square of the same name, on Bull Street and very close to Plaza Mayor. From Bull Street, the theatre doesn't really catch your attention because its facade is quite camouflaged and homogenized ...
  • The Calle Toro is one of the busiest axis' in the city, above all for Salamancans, not so much for tourists. It is the nerve centre of the city, a great shopping street, where you can find everything. For example, in the "outside" p...
  • Salamanca Central Market is a short walk from the main square and pedestrian area of ​​the city. Recently renovated, it was originally the old market hall in the city. It is located in a commercial area of the city, near to various ...
  • The Miguel de Unamuno house museum is a beautiful building on Calle Libreros, of Baroque style, built in the eighteenth century. We find inside thousands of objects, and above all, books that belonged to Miguel de Unamuno, the famo...
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