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  • The secret Garden

    One trip to do from Salamanca, is to go for a walk until the end of the Otea orchard and follow the river tormes until you reach the secret garden. When you go for the first time without anyone who knows it, it is a little bit difficult to find. However, there are...

    0 by Lauren, in What to do Salamanca, 7 months ago
  • University of Salamanca

    The University of Salamanca (or Universitas Studii Salmanticensis) is one of the most emblematic buildings in the city. It can be found in the old town, not very far from the cathedral. The cathedral played a significant role in the fact that the old part of Salamanca...

    0 by Kate, in What to see Salamanca, one year ago
  • Plaza Mayor, Salamanca

    Plaza Mayor of Salamanca is situated in the centre of the city and represents as well the heart of the social life of Salamanca. Apart from the city hall, you can find there tapas bars, restaurants, bakeries and shops. For this reason it is always full of people: it's...

    0 by Federica, in What to see Salamanca, one year ago
  • De Laval Genovés

    I wanted to start by doing a little plug for ESN (Erasmus Student Network) and recommend that you get yourself a membership card, which you can sort out at the Faculty of Statistics at the Complutense University of Madrid. It's there where they organise some really fun...

    0 by Lottie, in Erasmus party Salamanca, one year ago
  • Arribes del Duero Natural Park

    There is a really dope natural park on the northern border between Spain and Portugal, the Arribes del Duero Natural Park. You can see a really nice landscape, waterfalls and the river called Duero. There are a lot of hiking trails because this park is very big. If you...

    0 by Dangerous, in What to do Salamanca, one year ago
  • Catedral de Salamanca

    The cathedral is the place to be in Salamanca. It is enormous and breathtaking. You can see the building even if you are very far away and about to enter Salamanca from the highway for example. It was refurbished in 1992. As an easter egg they constructed a small...

    0 by Dangerous, in What to see Salamanca, one year ago
  • Barrio del Oeste

    There is an awesome place in Salamanca located in the west. As the title already states you can see a lot of street art walking through the district. First I would like to tell you an interesting story how it developed to one of the most beautiful parts of Salamanca,...

    0 by Dangerous, in What to do Salamanca, one year ago
  • University of Salamanca

    It's not very common for a university to be considered as a main tourist attraction for a city. Many simply think of a university as a place to study, but the University of Salamanca has a very interesting history behind it, as well as being the first university founded...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Salamanca, one year ago
  • Minutejo

    For real, Minutejo is the best tapas bar! The photos speak for themselves... It's absolutly delicious. You have to try the "Solomillo Roquefort" which is meat with blue chesse - we always eat that one! Here is an extra photo: One Tapa is only 1, 70€, the price is...

    0 by Dangerous, in Where to eat Salamanca, one year ago
  • Irish Theatre

    Every tuesday there is a Erasmus Party in the Irish Theatre. The point why I gave 2 stars and not only one is that you only have to pay 5€ for 10 Drinks. That could be 10 beers à 0,2l or 10 Sangrias à 0,2l. There is also the possibilty to get 2 Longdrinks (with...

    0 by Dangerous, in Erasmus party Salamanca, one year ago
  • Convento de San Esteban

    San Esteban church and convent is one of the many Catholics Temples in Salamanca. Located in a very central location, it is a must see in town. The church entrance is through a nice square from which you can see the city's most important monuments, such as the...

    0 by Ethel, in What to see Salamanca, 2 years ago
  • Catedrais de Salamanca

    Salamanca is a very catholic place, but it also has its paganism. The city has not only one, but two cathedrals and they're both very mystical, just like other monumenst in town like Casa de las Conchas. The old Cathedral is more than seven hundred years old. The...

    0 by Ethel, in What to see Salamanca, 2 years ago
  • La Casa de las Conchas

    Salamanca is a very mystical place with lots of surprises in its walls. The city's monuments are all rock buildings with scuplted details. La Casa de las Conchas is another one of those, and it has shells all over its facade. It's a very beautiful structure built in the...

    0 by Ethel, in What to see Salamanca, 2 years ago
  • Ieronimus: The medieval towers of Salamanca cathedral

    Salamanca is one of the places in Spain that fascinated me the most, its architecture is beautiful, truly in line with its nickname the “golden city”, as it is often referred to. When you go, you must visit the Ieronimus exhibit, which is a visit to the cathedral...

    0 by Charlotte, in What to see Salamanca, 2 years ago
  • Mesón Los Faroles

    The Mesón Los Faroles is a tapas bar found on Calle Van Dyck of Salamanca. This street is famous for it's numerous tapas and pinchos bars, and for it's great quality-price reputation. Gernally, there are lots of people in this bar. They have tapas that they prepare...

    0 by Michela, in Where to eat Salamanca, 3 years ago
  • Mandala

    Salamanca is a city like no other. Its size allows for tourists to easily walk around the entire city, losing themselves in the city only to find themselves once again in the deepest corners of the golden city. My friends and I found ourselves extremely tired after an...

    0 by Daniele, in Where to eat Salamanca, 3 years ago
  • Foster's Hollywood

    Although I have finished the “my favourite places to eat out in Salamanca” series, there is still one restaurant I wanted to write about. The reason why it did not made it to my list is that I have been there only one single time, which is not enough time to call it...

    0 by Petra, in Where to eat Salamanca, 3 years ago
  • Bar Cios

    Today I am brining probably the last post of “My favourite place to eat in Salamanca” series. Not like there are not many other good bars and restaurant in the city, but these are the ones we keep going back to all the time. The fifth contestant is a small tapas par...

    0 by Petra, in Where to eat Salamanca, 3 years ago
  • Cervecería La Sureña

    There are still a couple of places on “my favourite places to eat in Salamanca” list, and this time, I’m bringing a brief review on the restaurant chain called Cervecería La Sureña. The first time I visited it was on the south of Spain, during the first summer I...

    0 by Petra, in Where to eat Salamanca, 3 years ago
  • Rufo's

    Continuing with “my favourite places to eat in Salamanca” series, I brought you a post about Rufo’s. We got to know this tapas (but more like pinchos) bar by accident, more or less a year ago, and we keep going back ever since. The biggest advantage of Rufo’s is...

    0 by Petra, in Where to eat Salamanca, 3 years ago

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