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Pza. Juan XXIII, Salamanca, Spain
+34 923 26 67 01
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A different perspective

It was nice to see an elevated view within the church and the stunning views over the city. The... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Perth, Australia
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Worth coming to Salamanca just for this.

This is a very well arranged attraction, which sheds light on the history of Salamanca and offers... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Philip A
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Pza. Juan XXIII, Salamanca, Spain
+34 923 26 67 01

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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

It was nice to see an elevated view within the church and the stunning views over the city. The stair climb can be a bit scary if you're afraid of heights

Thank Hekyt
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is a very well arranged attraction, which sheds light on the history of Salamanca and offers fantastic views of the City. There are interesting exhibits, particularly of very ancient documents, but this is not a museum of such things and there are relatively few....More

Thank Philip A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This tower was opposite our NH hotel. The traffic light system is such a good idea, no worrying that you will have to meet someone on the spiral staircase and try and squeeze by. The views of stunning Salamanca are worth the climb and I...More

Thank Banoffipye44
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I would recommend a visit to this and at only e3.75 its really good value with a leaflet in english for the history, access up the tower for great views over the city and up to the towers and roofs above you. A photographers paradise!...More

Thank krisb59
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The Ieronimus rewards you with incredible views of Salamanca. Although the climb is a bit steep, even young children will be able to take the challenge. Once you are at the top, there is ample space for you to view the city from different points....More

Thank Joanita R
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

What a fantastic place to visit! A bit of work getting up the steps but well worth the effort. The views and architecture are truly magnificent. 3.75 euros each well spent.

Thank CarolynIssitt
Reviewed 29 August 2017

Excellent visit. Wonderful views. Don't miss this excellent place...the old cathedral is so much better than the new one.

Thank Pammie56
Reviewed 10 August 2017

A great chance to explore the structure of the old and new Cathedrals. It will take you up into the tower and give you a chance to wander the aisles high above the floor of the New Cathedral. If you are interested in the structure...More

1  Thank chashike
Reviewed 1 August 2017 via mobile

A hidden gem. Reasonably priced with excellent views. Visiting early in the morning ensured it was not too busy. The bonus is the interior views of the cathedral.

1  Thank Sarah G
Reviewed 29 July 2017 via mobile

As a self-confessed European tower climbing enthusiast, the Ieronimus experience is second to none. Being able to climb into the Cathedral tower with it's various rooms is one thing: various small exhibitions regarding the building are shown here. The belfry open area itself with it's...More

Thank Nicholas22
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