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  • Salamanca: the beauty of knowledge.

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    … Salamanca. (Castile-Leon) University city par excellence, birthplace of the first book of Castilian grammar, with an ensemble of monuments with the World Heritage designation... Salamanca is art and culture first hand. A unique destination you will love to discover or to come back to, thanks to its …

  • Learning Spanish in Salamanca.

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    … Salamanca. (Castile-Leon) The atmosphere in the university city of Salamanca will make it really easy for you to learn Spanish. Thousands of Spanish students mingle with everybody else in the university buildings and in the historic centre as they enjoy tapas in the bars. This is the perfect complem…

  • Salamanca’s youthful nightlife.

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    … Salamanca. (Castile-Leon) Salamanca’s university city atmosphere means you’re guaranteed to find fun in the city’s clubs until the early hours. One of the city’s distinctive features is the original décor to be found in many of its nightlife venues. You’ll find clubs decorated to look like a submari…

  • Salamanca: gastronomic delicacies and street markets.

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    … Salamanca. (Castile-Leon) Gastronomic delicacies and street markets. In the historic centre you will also find shops selling Salamanca's typical sweets and foods: the shops in the streets around Plaza Mayor Square offer a magnificent display, packed with exquisite flavours. On the subject of gastron…

  • Salamanca at a leisurely pace.

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    … Salamanca. (Castile-Leon) Salamanca is the perfect city for browsing. A stroll around the pedestrian streets in its historic centre will take you past its two cathedrals, the House of Shells, the Clerecía church and the university. Don’t forget to stop in front of the university building to observe …

  • Tapas in Salamanca.

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    … Salamanca. (Castile-Leon) Going out for tapas in Salamanca is a way of not only sampling the local dishes and gastronomic products, but also of taking part in a custom which is well-loved by its inhabitants. It’s something everyone enjoys: good food in a great atmosphere. The historic centre of the …

  • Art in Las Batuecas-Sierra de Francia Nature Reserve.

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    … Salamanca. (Castile-Leon) It's always pleasant to take a walk in a beautiful natural setting. But if there are works of art to discover on your way, the idea is even more appealing. This is what is offered by the four routes in the Las Batuecas-Sierra de Francia Nature Reserve, south of Salamanca. C…

  • Salamanca: books in this traditional centre for learning.

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    … Salamanca. (Castile-Leon) Books in this traditional centre for learning. Bookshops are Salamanca's most abundant establishments, as you are sure to notice. This is not only on account of the university, but also because Salamanca is one of Spain's top destinations for foreigners doing Spanish course…

  • Salamanca: filigree crafts.

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    … Salamanca. (Castile-Leon) Filigree crafts. Ceramics, wickerwork, leather, silverwork... There is a wide variety of crafts in Salamanca, that make use of a range of materials. Some of the most outstanding are leather items such as cowboy boots, saddles and handbags. Salamancan filigree is also famous…

  • Salamanca: The latest fashions.

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    … Salamanca. (Castile-Leon) The latest fashions. If you are looking for the latest styles, then head for the area between the pedestrian Toro and Zamora streets and Plaza del Campillo Square, on the way out of Plaza Mayor Square. Here you will find the main franchise chains, designer labels and intern…

  • One day in Salamanca.

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    … Salamanca. (Castile-Leon) If you want to get to know one of the most beautiful World Heritage Cities in Spain, why not arrange a day out in Salamanca? You'll love strolling around the cobbled streets of the historic quarter and visiting the university and the city's two cathedrals with their charact…


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