If you are planning a getaway with a free train in Spain and you have your sights set on Salamanca, we confirm that it is a great plan. Tiny, manageable on foot and full of magical corners and historical that will leave you hallucinating. We have asked people who have studied and lived in the city and they confirm that these seven enclaves are the favorites of the people of Salamanca.
Salamanca is a World Heritage City and has one of the most beautiful main squares in Spain, surrounded by historic buildings, arches, medallions and precious corners. Built in the mid-1700s, the great Salamanca flat par excellence is sit on one of its terraces to enjoy the atmosphereespecially at night.
Renfe train from Madrid to Salamanca
University of Salamanca
It is the oldest university in Spain, with a facade decorated in detail and centuries of history behind it. Admission costs 10 euros, but it is worth it to get lost in the corridors, classrooms and halls full of history. If you are taking exams you have to look for the frog on top of the skull that is on its facade, they say that if you find it you will pass everything.
Double room in Catalonia Plaza Mayor Salamanca****
It is one of the greatest curiosities of this beautiful provincial capital, two cathedrals together and glued together. The Old Cathedral is reached by the New Cathedral, which was going to replace it before deciding to leave both standing. Pay attention to the façade, because it has decorations as eclectic as an astronaut or a dragon eating ice cream.
Room at Sercotel Puerta de la Catedral****
This emblematic building in Salamanca is covered with more than 300 shells on its façade. They say that under them are hidden the jewels of former owners of the house Good news! Admission is free and it has a beautiful interior patio.
Renfe train from Barcelona to Salamanca
Orchard of Calixto and Melibea
The famous scene of the encounters of Celestine He is in Salamanca. He is a small and well-kept green park and attached to the old city wall, with views of the Cathedral and plenty of shade to rest.
La Clerecía, one of the places to visit in Salamanca
If you are a lover of viewpoints from which to enjoy good views, La Clerecía is an obligatory stop in Salamanca. Climb its towers to hallucinate with a panoramic view of the old part of the city.
Superior room at Nh Collection Salamanca Palacio De Castellanos****
Major Bridge of the Tormes
If you have not crossed the Mayor del Tormes bridge, you are not from Salamanca. Is 1st century building is a national treasure that has seen centuries of history pass and stand in the middle of the bridge is like traveling back in time.
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