Salamanca Monumental Tour
The best way to explore and appreciate my city heritage is walking. Salamanca has a big pedestrian area where you can find all the ancient monuments quite close. You can get a real feel for our past history visiting the old buildings, The new and the old Cathedral, the University building, the House of Shells…. Do not forget Salamanca is an old student city since 1218.
I will lead you into the most significant buildings, taking you back in time. Of course, during the tour we will have time enough for a coffee break, visiting one of the pleasant and typical bars tasting a "tapa" or a Spanish hot chocolate "chocolate con churros"
First we will visit the Old Cathedral because there is the origin of the History of Salamanca.
Later we will enter the building of the univesity with classrooms of this time. We will enjoy a rest for the coffee in a pretty and typical cafeteria before continuing with the visit. Our next destination will be the famous House of the Shells and will finish in the lively Main Square, center the city live.
I can adjust the schedule, duration, and activities to meet your needs. Please let me know of any special request you have.
The itinerary can change depending on the schedule of monuments.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Meet up location: At the Main Square, under the clock (City Hall). The most popular meeting place in the city. If you are staying at a hotel in the city center or if you are arriving by train, I can meet you there too.
End location: End location: In the city center or if you desire, at a taxi stop to go back to your hotel.
Duration: 2 hours 30 min.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
25 euros - per person. Optional entrances in the Old Cathedral and University building and additional food and drink (coffee + "tapa" or hot chocolate).
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Carmen is delightful and very knowledgeable of Salamanca and specific details of Spanish history. We had communicated by email some requests to visit particular places and she was able to cover these in our walking tour. ¡Muchas gracias , Carmen!