This is an old-style restaurant that you will love if you are into bullfighting. It has two dining rooms and an outdoor terrace that opens in summer. ... More
Mesón La Glorieta
This is an old-style restaurant that you will love if you are into bullfighting. It has two dining rooms and an outdoor terrace that opens in summer. It is usually frequented by local bullfighters and cattle (bull) breeders. Its decor is typically Castilian, with wine cellars, wooden ceilings and entire hams hanging from above. There are also lots of portraits of famous matadors. The food served is equally traditional, ranging from Iberian cold meats to shank of lamb, roast suckling pig and chanfaina (lamb stew made from liver and lungs), one of Salamanca's most typical dishes. As for dessert, the cream flan is absolutely delicious. The house wine is quite popular and is known by regulars as the tinto de Toledo (Toledo red).
This late Gothic style convent, founded in 1512 by Alonso Fonseca, is located in a very quiet street opposite San
Francisco park. At the entrance you will see the founder's shield, with five bright stars held by an angel. ...
This convent with plateresque entrance, originally a Mudejar palace, was founded by Juana Rodriguez de Maldonado in 1533 and now
belongs to Dominican nuns. It's located at the end of the Gran Via. Inside there is a very attractive ...
The Artheus Carmelitas Salamanca Hotel, before called Hotel Byblos, is excellently located in the city centre, within two minutes walking
distance to the old town, Plaza Mayor and the main monuments of Salamanca. The hotel was inaugurated in 1998, ...