Best things to do and see in Salamanca
Salamanca is one of the most beautiful cities in Castilla y León, as well as in the interior of Spain. Located in the northwestern part, on the North Plateau and whose origins date back more than 2,700 years ago in the Iron Age. In fact, it is the city that houses the oldest university in Spain founded in 1218 by Alfonso IX de León.
If you want to get to know the city in depth and not miss any of the essential places in it, we advise you to do it with a free walking tour of Salamanca with a local guide who can tell you the culture and history of monuments and buildings. The points of interest that you should not miss are the Cathedral, the Plaza Mayor, stroll along Melendez Street and meet the Casa de las Conchas and the Clerecía. The University of Salamanca as well as the Minor School and the Sky of Salamanca, the Anaya Palace (Faculty of Philology), the Orchard of Calixto and Melibea, the Lis House and the San Ambrosio College (Center of Historical Memory). Nor should you stop visiting the Roman Bridge and the Church of Santiago.
Free Salamanca tours are available in the morning or in the afternoon and in different languages (Spanish, English ...). In addition, travelers often leave their opinions to assess both the tour and the guided experience of the local guide who has accompanied them.