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Carretera N-630, Km 408,5, Vallejera de Riofrao, Salamanca, Castile-Leon, 37717, Spain
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Looking for a student room for one year

by Jasonconga

My roommate here in Germany is going to Salamanca for a year and we are going to visit her about a week after she gets there and I know she is super stressed about finding a place to live in Salamanca. Who has:

1)advice which district to live which is the best value, in terms of location, safety, size
2)is there a website that's good? Or an office in Salamanca that she can contact from here?


Re: Looking for a student room for one year

by nightpassage

When I was in Salamanca there were plenty of ads for apartments in boards hung in bars aorund the University, maybe when he gets there it'll be easier to find something even through the local newspaper of ads. Salamanca is small and all safe.

Re: Looking for a student room for one year

by keezbo

oh, i live in Salamanca. If she is going to study here, i would get a house near the University Campus, near the Bus Station, "Barrio San Bernardo", there are many rooms-for-rent at private houses, you must check on newspaper ads. There are many student residences, i would recommend "Colegio de Cuenca", which is quite new and it's like an appartment. There are many new districts near the University, but they may be too expensive, they are villas, and not for rent. Central district is ok, near everything (like 15 minutes walking to university), there are many offers. Maybe in the university, they can advise you of accomodation here. (check And finally, i extremely DON'T Recommend Buenos Aires District, Barrio Blanco, San José District, because they are not safety at night, and Garrido District, because is too far away from the University.
I hope i've been useful
good luck,

Travel Tips for Salamanca

Streets to remember

by Sonia69

My favourite thing about Salamanca is to walk in the streets, specially at night. Though there are always people at midday and at night, to walk at night gives another view of the city, with people walking and having fun, specially in the Plaza Mayor.
The streets are full of history and people, this is the reason why I really like walking in the streets of Salamanca. The tunos is the fondest memory of Salamanca. They were very nice and gentle, I felt on cloud nine when I was kissed by them because it is very Spanish to kiss the cheeks, specially men towards women. The tunos are the last romantic men in Spain this is why I felt so comfortable with them, next year I will go back to see them again.

Markets and street vendors

by fairy_dust

Usually around the Plaza Mayor, there are street vendors selling things like jewelry, local craft, scarves, books, balloons, toys, etc. Occasionally, there are some outdoor markets in certain plazas where they sell local craft. There is also the gypsy market in the outskirts of town. Most of the vendors aren't usually too pushy, but I've been told to be careful at the gypsy market, because of pushy vendors and pickpockets.

Cum Laude

by pabertra

Cum Laude is another one of my favorite bars in Salamanca. It is much bigger than many of the other bars where you are crammed in with little ventilation and it has one of the most aesthetically pleasing dance floors in all of the town. The dance floor is a mini replica of the Plaza Mayor. You will have to dress a little better to get in here on the weekends!

Plaza Mayor

by Imaniac

Plaza Mayor is Spanish for Main Square. Every city in Spain has one. But to y belief the one in Salamanca is the most beautiful of them all. It was built in the 18th century and is the heart of the city.

La Clerecia

by el_ruso

The monumental Jesuit church is richly decorated and towers over the old town. It's official name is Real Colegio de la Compañia de Jesus del Espiritu Santo, and serves as the seat of the Catholic seminary, Universidad Pontifica. It was founded in 1611 by Felipe III and was designed by Juan Gomez de Mora.


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