Hotel Conde Rodrigo II

Carretera Huerta de las Vinas, s/n, Ciudad Rodrigo, Salamanca, 37500, Spain
Hotel Conde Rodrigo II
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  • Families80
  • Couples60
  • Solo100
  • Business0

More about Hotel Conde Rodrigo II

Living in a palace

by jorgejuansanchez about Hotel Conde Rodrigo I

This lovely and unique hotel is located in the heart of the citadel of Ciudad Rodrigo, in front of the historical cathedral. Inside you will feel in a medieval castle, and the Castilian food is gorgeous. It is an unique experience!

Hotel in Ciudad Rodrigo

by jorgejuansanchez about Hotel Conde Rodrigo II

This hotel belongs to the same owner than the Conde Rodrigo I, but is located outside the town, at about 500 meters. It has a swimming pool and a pleasant garden where you can take a coffee after a good lunch. extraordinary hotel and restaurant

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Universidad Pontificia (Salamanca, Spain)Universidad Pontificia (Salamanca, Spain)

Forum Posts

Travelling to Salamanca

by Bhusal

Hi all,

This is my first travel to EU. I am reaching Salamanca. Please inform me the best way to reach salamanca from any big airport from France. I think train is the best way but I don't know the price and availibility of the trains. Madrid to Salamanca is pretty easy but reaching Madrid from my current place (USA ) is very expensive, thats why I am trying to reach France and then take train to Salamanca.

Any advice??

Thanks
Bhusal

Re: Travelling to Salamanca

by hechippo

Salamanca has a small Airport with no connections to Madrid or any town in Europe. The nearest big airport is Valladolid (55miles) with one daily flight to Paris. I suggest you not to take it (too expensive) and find one of the cheaper connections to Madrid . Air Europa, Iberia or Air France offer those cheap tickets via internet. Then I'd suggest you to take a coach from Madrid (hourly) or a train, in order to reach the town from Madrid (about 120 miles)

Re: Travelling to Salamanca

by fernanss

There is a daily train from Paris-Austerlitz to Madrid which stops in Valladolid.
From Valladolid to Salamanca there are a lot of services by coach or train. The distance between Salamanca and Valladolid is about 100 km. The distance between Valladolid railway station and Valladolid bus stop is 5 minutes walking. Yo can see the timetables of trains in http://horarios.renfe.es/hir/ingles.html

Another way of reaching Valladolid is by plane from París-Orly or Barcelona airports. In general the ticket is expensive, but you can try to find an offer in http://www.iberia.com

Travel Tips for Salamanca

The pubs in and around Plaza...

by Krystynn

The pubs in and around Plaza Mayor seem to burst into life at night. Whilst the older folks call it a day, you'd see all the young people and university students gather around this area - to party. And boy, do they party! Even I have to admit defeat to these Spanish party-animals who possess such zest for life.

The round of partying and merry-making only begins to subside at 7 a.m. (the following morning). Not kidding.

One important tip: No need to...

by Krystynn

One important tip: No need to change all your local currency into Spanish pesetas and carry them around and waiting to be robbed! Think one step ahead and bring along your ATM card instead (just ensure that the your card is linked to the international 'Cirrus', 'Maestro', 'The Exchange' or 'Plus' networks).

With this, you can withdraw Spanish Pesetas at any ATM machine, no matter how obscure the village/ town you're in is. :-)) Besides, I have checked that you'd benefit by following this method as you'd save alot on the interbank exchange rates. Shh! Just don't tell your local money changer.

Photo Below: That's me (standing not too far away from the busy Playor Mayor) looking terribly relieved at having managed to withdraw some much-needed cash for shopping.

Flamenco shows

by fairy_dust

I saw a show by the Compania Aida Gomez - one of the best and most famous Flamenco groups in Spain. They performed Salome. It was very beautiful, and since I was a foreign student with the U of Salamanca, I got a discount when I bought my ticket. I paid around 10 Euros for my ticket, but the show was worth a lot more than that. I think that normally, people have to pay at least 30 Euros to see that company. That show was at the Colegio Fonseca. It was an enclosed space, but open-air too (it had no roof).

Another Flamenco show I saw was at the Palacio de Congresos. It was a small company called Azabache. There were two dancers, a guitarrist, a singer, and another musician who played a percussion instrument that looked like a box. The female dancer in the show was the teacher who taught Spanish dance in the extra-curricular program with the university (I took the dance class), and there was a male dancer too. He had lots of energy and wowed the whole crowd. After the show, everyone went to the bar at the Palacio.

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