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Map & Location

Hoces del Duratón, 1
Salamanca 37008
Spain

COORDINATES:

N +40º 56' 25.08" / W -5º 40' 5.12"

Contact information

Tel: (34) 92 3194040Fax: (34) 92 3191696

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Destination information– TRYP Salamanca Montalvo

Salamanca is a Spanish city located in the autonomous community of Castilla y León, in the province of Campo de Salamanca, in the central-west part of the country.

HERITAGE SITE

Salamanca was declared a World Heritage Site in 1988 by UNESCO. The city has an important historic and architectural heritage: two cathedrals (the New Cathedral and the Old Cathedral), the Casa de las Conchas, Plaza Mayor, the Convent of San Esteban and the Escuelas Mayores. And its Easter celebrations have been declared of International Tourist Interest.

MAIN TOURIST ATTRACTIONS IN SALAMANCA

MAIN TOURIST ATTRACTIONS IN SALAMANCA

  • Plaza Mayor
  • The New Cathedral and the Old Cathedral
  • The façade of the university
  • La Casa de las Conchas
  • La Clerecía
  • Roman bridge
  • Palacio Monterrey
  • Palaces and manor houses
  • Convent de las Dueñas
  • Salamanca churches

THE OLDEST UNIVERSITY IN SPAIN

THE OLDEST UNIVERSITY IN SPAIN

  • Salamanca has the oldest university in Spain established in 1218 by Alfonso IX de León
  • Currently there are two universities: the Universidad de Salamanca (public) and the Universidad Pontificia (private). Together they have over 32,000 enrolled students

TYPICAL CUISINE

TYPICAL CUISINE

The most typical dishes are:

  • La chanfaina, a rice stew with blood, lamb leg and tripe
  • Las chichas, made from pork
  • Suckling pig known as tostón
  • El hornazo, meat pie with chorizo, ham and hard boiled eggs
  • Sweets include: yolk chochos, perrunillas and bollo maimón (type of sponge cake)

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