Salamanca is a Spanish city that has recently been discovered by tourists. With lots of nightlife and different types of activities, Salamanca by night has become a new tourist offer for the visitor.
In Salamanca you can find places to eat and drink, theatre, concerts and events. There are many pubs and places to spend the night in an unconventional way in this ancient medieval city. You can also enjoy its streets feeling as if you were in times gone by or visit the cathedral with one of the most beautiful cloisters in Spain.
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Salamanca is an ancient university city, with a history dating back to medieval times. The city is of great historical and cultural interest, and there are many tourist attractions to see.
The Plaza Mayor is the heart of the city of Salamanca. This impressive square has been the centre of city life for centuries, and remains one of the most popular places in the city on any given day or at any given time. It is surrounded by beautiful buildings with palaces, churches, museums, fountains? All of its night-time illumination is noteworthy and an experience to walk around the square itself or its surrounding streets at night.
The Cathedral Church is located in the Plaza del Rey. It is a Gothic building dating from the 14th century with an impressive interior that has undergone many changes throughout its history. You can't enjoy its interior at night but its exterior night lighting gives it a great personality.
What if we told you that the night of Salamanca is also home to ghost stories?
The Torre del Clavero is a tower built in the 13th century and has been used as a prison, watchtower and military fortification.
One of the most famous ghost stories in Spain is related to this tower. The story goes that a black ghost appears there and decapitates anyone who is there after midnight.
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