Holiday Inn Salamanca
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Salamanca
On our first day in Guanajuato, we made plans to visit the Don Quijote Museum, the House of Diego Rivera, and the silver mines, but ended up doing much more. The Don Quijote Museum relates to Don Quixote de La Mancha, a famous Spanish literary hero. Several artists recreated Don Quixote using many different mediums and different styles. It was really cool to see all the different ways artists presented Don Quixote and his adventures! Our next stop was at The House of Diego Rivera. It ...
... on the outskirts - DAMN!
One night we met up with Dan and his mate and went bar hopping. Like I mentioned earlier, you wouldn’t know that there were many bars or pubs in town unless you went looking for them and Dan knew where to find them! First stop was a locals pub ands started with mescal with a beer chaser, then a bunch more beers to follow. The interesting thing that Amanda pointed out was the urinal situated literally at the end of ...
... the soil had mummified the bodies! About 30 are on display at the Museo de Momias but don't worry we spared you the trauma of displaying pics of dead people. If you're really curious (what's wrong with you??!!) there's always Google images but don't say I didn't warn you!
Mario and Dee seemed to take turns getting ill while in Guanajuato - Mario relapsing with man-flu and Dee suffering from diarrheoa. But we if had to be trapped somewhere, Guanajuato was a good place for it!
... Unesco cities, Guanajuato is jam-packed with multicoloured houses, fountained plazas, colonial mansions, cuppola-topped churches, cobbled callejones, narrow alleys and steep staircases that wind their way right up to the top of the steep slopes of the narrow gorge the city sits in.
Unlike other Unesco cities however, Guanajuato sets itself apart with its - literally - underground scene; The city has a unique human rabbit warren-like ...
... Mexiko ist. Es ist wie ein gigantisches Museum mit den historischen Gebäuden, Kirchen und Plätzen. Es ist wirklich schwer zu beschreiben und man sollte herkommen um es selbst zu erleben.
Alles hat mal wieder, wie schon mehrmals auf unserer Reise, mit einem Zufall angefangen. Wir sind durch das gigantische Tunnelsystem gefahren, dass einen Großteil des Verkehrs unter der Stadt hält. GPS funktioniert natürlich nicht und man weiss nicht wo man ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations