Grand Hotel Don Gregorio

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

San Pablo 80-82, Salamanca, 37008, Spain
Grand Hotel Don Gregorio
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Travel Tips for Salamanca


by Hosell

LA CASA DE LAS CONCHAS!.This beautiful building,was finished in 1.503.Is Civil Gothic,symbol of the ORDEN THE SANTIAGO.Opposite of this building,you also can see the beautiful UNIVERSIDAD PONTIFICIA BUILDING!

Arribes del Duero

by Aitana

Arribes del Duero is an international natural park traversed by the river Duero, in the border between Spain and Portugal. Part of this park is in the province of Salamanca.
The natural beauty of this place makes it ideal for a vacation enjoying nature, watching birds and tasting the rich gastronomy of the region.

Bus from Madrid, Leon, Avila...

by davidcross

Bus from Madrid, Leon, Avila or Madrid.
Train also possible for last two.
Worth remembering that the bus station and train station are some way apart.
NB Contrary to the impression given by some guide books, there is no train between Salamanca and Zamora.
In general, walk. The area with the main sights is not very big and the traffic was often close to gridlock.

University buildings

by fairy_dust

The University of Salamanca, founded in the 13th Century, is the oldest university in Spain, and one of the oldest in Europe. It consists of many old stone buildings. One of the most famous places on the campus is the Patio de Escuelas - where there is a huge wall with carvings all over it. Try to find the hidden frog in the wall. Legend has it that if a foreign student sees it without anyone's help, he/she will pass all their exams with flying colours.

In the summer, there are sometimes open-air concerts in the Patio de Escuelas, free admission. No big names though (the big names play at indoor venues), mainly just small bands from other cities. During my second trip, there were a few jazz concerts at night there.

The Plaza de Anaya is also surrounded by university buildings.

Casa de las Conchas

by micas_pt

Casa de las Conchas is probably one the best known places in Salamanca. It is a house whose walls are covered with more than 300 shells (conchas) carved on stone. The shells are the symbol of Santiago’s order and the first owner of the house, D. Rodrigo Arias, was a member of the referred order. This house is classified as 15th century Gothic style and nowadays houses the Tourism Office.


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