Parador de Salamanca

Teso de la Feria, 2, Salamanca, Castile-León, 37008, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Teso de la Feria, 2, Salamanca, is near Old Cathedral (Catedral Vieja), Universidad de Salamanca, Art Nouveau and Art Deco Museum, and New Cathedral (Catedral Nueva).
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsParador de Salamanca

    Reviewed by analegge

    Parador Salamanca

    Reviewed Jun 29, 2014
    by (66 reviews) Wellington , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

    Overnight at this parador. Newer style but still classic fittings. Well appointed room. Some roo
    S have views to the old city and cathedral. Easy walking to old town.

    €70 room only. Special deal.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Parador de Salamanca

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Salamanca

    Day 36 - Salamanca

    A travel blog entry by britt.mark on May 27, 2014

    1 comment, 15 photos

    I have to agree with our local guide, Salamanca is one of the nicest cities in Spain. Beautiful buildings, impeccably clean, sandstone galore. They call it the golden city because of the colour. The main sources of income are tourism and the university. The university is the oldest in Spain and third oldest in the world. I wonder if the university …

    Day 35 - Salamanca

    A travel blog entry by britt.mark on May 26, 2014

    12 photos

    A river cruise on the Douro river today was a great way of seeing this part of Portugal. Very restful as well.
    However the drive across the mountains to reach the mooring was hairy to put it mildly. Our bus driver, who is a king of the road, manoeuvred around hairpin bends. One very enterprising woman decided to set up shop on the side of the …

    Gribbit

    A travel blog entry by cjbishop on Jun 14, 2014

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... walls, but the lack of finances prevented them from completing it and today's cathedral consists of the two churches joined at the hip, so to speak.

    Lunch was at a local 4 star hotel that served an excellent paella, accompanied by many salads and decent red and white Spanish wines. Needless to say most of us slept soundly on the return trip to the ship!

    Tomorrow we start heading back down river as we work our way back to Porto in a few days.

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    Becoming Jamon

    A travel blog entry by issymartin on Apr 17, 2011

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... br> We went to Salamanca to study Spanish at a small language school, called the Colegio de Espana. It was a lovely school and the teachers were friendly, boisterous and a little crazy!
    For my first time studying Spanish I was definitely chucked into the deep end arriving only with knowledge of three words- hola (hello), queso (cheese), vino (wine) and jambon (ham)- no suprises there. I did find myself making up a lot of the history of the town as I could not ...

    "The Buck (or the Bull) Stops Here"

    A travel blog entry by bpickett on Jun 15, 2010

    58 photos

    ... of sorts.

    The first bull comes out and, to me, he's huuuge. After a lot of provocation and agitation, after almost trampling one of the toreros, knocking a horse to the ground, and a few stab wounds to the spine, the first bull was kiLLed!! Then, out comes the second bull--about which I had no clue. I thought we were coming to see only <<one>> bull, not seven die. Nonetheless, the second one comes out and he's bigger than ...