SalamancaThe Main Square (Plaza Mayor), the Pontifical University of Salamanca, the Casa de las Conchas… Salamanca can brag about its historical and cultural heritage.
Walking along the narrow stone pavement in Salamanca city centre, you will be feeling the beauty of its monuments and architectural wonders , the hospitality of its inhabitants, the youthful atmosphere of students from the Pontifical University ...
Considered World Heritage Site , Salamanca is one of the most beautiful cities of the Spanish Renaissance period, the students city par excellence. Not only does it offer a lot of bars and tapas, nice terraces and outdoor spaces to tourists, but also art and beauty to be discovered.
Undoubtedly, its main attraction is the frog that is hidden in the plateresque facade of the University, whom students look because it is supposed to help them to pass exams and whom tourists try to find to enjoy good luck. The Main Square or Plaza Mayor is the reference point, decorated with arches and medallions remembering the capital’s historical past and whose epicentre is the clock. Do not forget to taste traditional tapas! Leaving Salamanca without having tasted a tapa, some beer or an excellent glass of wine is a true sin.