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We stopped in Salamanca on our way from Madrid to Portugal. Had a nice lunch right on the plaza and definitely enjoyed the view. Nice little shops and restaurants all around the perimeter. Definitely worth stopping by.
We did a wonderful walking tour of the city, catching many sites starting at the market and through the oldest part of the historic town. There is so much to see, with wonderful old buildings, lovely restaurants and great atmosphere. The old and "new" cathedral are particularly worth a stop. We will remember our visit each Christmas as we put up the decoration souvenir we picked up.
We really enjoyed visiting the old cathedral, its a much prettier building than the new cathedral. You can feel the history inside. The highlight though has to be the main alter, it is so beautiful, and definitely worth spending time in this serene place
Great place to visit, you pay 10 Euro's and this gets you into the old and new cathedrals, and also the chapter house. The new cathedral is very gothic in style, but it has some lovely features, its also a quiet place to sit and feel peaceful.
The whole Salamanca Cathedral with all the parts is just an amazing place to visit. For me it maybe the highlight of the 2 weeks travel this time to Spain. We visited late at night and the illumination and view were just splendid.
Just simply stunning! This is a very important collection in a gorgeous building just brimming with stained glass. Our tour excursion was tragically far too short. For anyone interested in the designs and products of this fascinating period, you should allow an absolute minimum 2 hours.
What a wonderful place to visit. The whole area is steeped in history. The cathedral and the university are amazing (even though most students now attend classes on the outskirts of Salamanca. There are a number of street side eateries to take advantage of. And if you're fortunate enough to see a performance by Tuna, don't miss it!
Huerto de Calixto y Melibea is a small and charming garden situated just to the southeast of Salamanca Cathedral. It is accessed through a brick wall opening at the end of Calle Arcediano. Within there are nicely manicured grounds and landscaped flowerbeds. You'll find fountain, La Celestina bust monument, seating benches and an elevated viewpoints.
It is a neat little garden area to find and good spot to rest your feet and enjoy a break from sightseeing at the impressive Salamanca Cathedrals nearby.