Hospederia Audiencia Real

Plaza Mayor 17, Ciudad Rodrigo, Salamanca, 37500, Spain
Hospederia Audiencia Real
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Forum Posts

Which language school?

by Mom&daughter

My daughter and I want to study Spanish in Salamanca for two weeks next summer. I've looked at a number of programs. One that stands out for price, class size, AC, free tutoring, etc. is "Espanol Pro". Unfortunately, I have not been able to contact anyone from there via email. Does anyone know anything about this progam? If not, we do need to save money, so we are looking for a good program, but not the most expensive. Any suggestions?

RE: RE: Which language school?

by AngelFaller

I can only recommend what Ive recommended before on the forum - and thats to check out a website Ive used to book Spanish courses before (www.estudia-espana.com). They have several programs in Salamanca and you will pay less by booking your course through them.
I dont know Salamanca personally but its supposed to be really nice. There might actually by cheaper places than that though - especially as its so far from Madrid where I guess youll be flying from.
Have you thought about trying somewhere else? The cheapest Ive ever seen was in Ronda - also on this website.
Hope this helps :)


by mandybalfour


I've been to ISLA twice in Salamanca and once in Barcelona and can really recommend it. It's not too big, and the admin staff are friendly so say hello to Teresa and Sara if you go there. The teachers are excellent too. A lot of people in my class were there via recommendation from a friend. This is their website: www.academiaisla.es and Teresa's email address is: teresa@academiaisla.com. good luck!

Travel Tips for Salamanca

go to the Plaza Mayor! We got...

by SusanneBeck

go to the Plaza Mayor! We got off the bus, got our maps ready and decided to head to Plaza Mayor. It seemed to be at the centre of everything and was a good a place as any to start. It didn’t take as long as we expected to get there so we were quite surprised when we found ourselves standing in the middle of it. It was amazing! Magnificent buildings all around a square. It was really beautiful and there was such a buzz of excitement in the air. In the centre, there were school children preparing for a music competition and there were lots of people standing around in anticipation. Around the edges were cafes, shops and businesses and also the typical souvenir stalls selling postcards and other such items. There were so many people of different nationalites and it was easy to hear the chatter of, among others, the French, English and German as they sat with their cervezas enjoying the sun. Children were running around happily, business men looked relaxed and lovers walked hand in hand. This was definitely my favourite place to be in Salamanca.

Street performers

by fairy_dust

You need a licence to peform on the street for money in Salamanca. That means that the street performers you'll see are talented and worth watching.

One group of performers was a group of immigrants from Ukraine in their traditional costumes who were playing Ukrainian music, dancing Ukrainian dances, and selling Ukrainian crafts (including CDs of Ukrainian music). I very much enjoyed their little shows.

Other times, you'll see other music groups performing for money, and sometimes buskers too. Another one I liked was the woman with a puppet show. She had classical violin music playing from a boom box, and had a string puppet of a hobo playing a violin.

And of course, there's my favorite street performers of all - the tuna groups! See my other tips specifically on them for more info.

Pastry/sweet shops

by fairy_dust

There are a few shops in the Plaza Mayor area where you can buy yourself a little Spanish sweet treat. The stores have little cakes, pastries, and other desserts, and they're all very delicious! These Spanish sweets are usually small (fits in one hand), so they make great desserts or snacks, and won't end up making you too full to eat dinner if you eat one in the afternoon! You don't need a plate or fork to eat them, so you can just pop into a store, buy something, and eat it on your way over to wherever you want to go. Try anything that you think looks yummy! Usually 1-5 Euros per treat, depending on size and type.

Roman Bridge

by solopes

South of the city, an old bridge now closed to vehicles, is the first sign of roman presence. Though having suffered a few transformations, the last one in the 17th century replacing a whole section of the bridge, the original conception is still visible in the old section.

Ancient Cathedral

by el_ruso

This XII century was started shortly after Salamanca's reconquest. It is Romanesque in style and is topped by a beautiful dome. Interior is richly decorated. In the XVI century the city started a much large Gothic "new" cathedral next to it, and now the Ancient Cathedral is essentially its extension. Its entry is through the "new" cathedral.


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