Byblos Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Paseo de Carmelitas 67, Salamanca, Castile-Leon, 37002, Spain
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  • Couples56
  • Solo100
  • Business87

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Places to stay for backpackers

by arty_girl

Hey there! I'm hopefully gonna be in Salamanca in June and will be travelling with my boyfriend. We'd love to spend as little as possible on accomodation (we're backpacking around spain)and are open to cheap hotels, hostels, guesthouses, camping....

The only thing we do ask is that it would be a private room- I know I'd feel uncomfortable sleeping in a room with strangers.

Thank you!

Re: Places to stay for backpackers

by Cammel11

There are a few cheap places to stay in Salamanca. Check out I stayed at Petit Place Las Torres. I stayed in a private room, it's basically a cheap hotel, but really nice and clean! It goes for about 25 euros per night, located in the Plaza Mayor, the most central location! It would be a great accommodation for you and your boyfriend.

Hope that helps!

Travel Tips for Salamanca

come to the LARGEST and...

by Krystynn

come to the LARGEST and GRANDEST square in all of Spain - the PLAZA MAYOR (pronounced as 'plar-thar mar-yor'). You can also spot the baroque Town Hall and the Royal Pavilion (it is here that the Royal Family used to watch festive events happening in the square!) within the arcaded buildings and its many cafes and tapa bars. Once used for bullfights, it is today a delightful place to people-watch, stroll or dine al fresco, if you wish.

The frog over the skull

by Sonia69

The university of Salamanca is well-known all over the world, every year thousands of Spanish and foreign students go there to study. The architecture of the University is really impressive, its style is Plateresco, typical from Spain, apart from this, the university of Salamanca, which was founded by the king Alfonso X el sabio, has a legend which can be true.
In one of the true pillars, in the right pillar, there is a skull which contains a frog over its head. The legend says that the student who finds the frog, will pass the exams, and if you are not a student, you have to ask for good intentions and they will come true. When I saw the frog I asked for good intentions and I hope they will come true.

The Gypsy market

by fairy_dust

The Gypsies in Salamanca have a market every Sunday. I didn't go, but from what my professor told me, they sell all sorts of stuff and expect you to haggle the price. I wanted to go, but she told me not to go alone - I might get harrassed or hit on by the guys, and people there will try to mug me. So if you want to check it out, don't go alone and don't wear or carry anything valuable or large amounts of cash. Don't bring your passport or credit cards either.

The Plaza Mayor

by fairy_dust

This is the main square in town. Everyone knows where it is, and it's always crowded. There are restaurants and boutiques in it, and around it. Since everyone knows where it is, it's a great place to meet up with someone or to use as a reference point.

The plaza mayor in Salamanca is one of the most famous in Spain. And in the evening after the sun sets, the plaza lights up and the lights give it a golden glow - very beautiful! And at night, you'll probably see some tunas (groups of student musicians in minstrel costumes) or street performers doing a little show for the crowd. Sometimes during festivals and other events, a stage is set up and there are concerts and shows for the general public. It can be everything from traditional dance shows to school band concerts to pop concerts.

One city and Two Cathedrals

by micas_pt

One thing that characterizes Salamanca it’s the fact that this lovely city has 2 cathedrals, known as Catedral Vieja and Catedral Nueva – Old Cathedral and New Cathedral. The reason behind this is that back in the early 16th century the existing Cathedral became too small for the population and King Fernando, the Catholic, ordered that a new one was built. Cathedrals are adjacent to each other.


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 Byblos Hotel

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Artheus Carmelitas Hotel Salamanca

Address: Paseo de Carmelitas 67, Salamanca, Castile-Leon, 37002, Spain