Welcome to one of the most beautiful cities in Spain. A city of unquestionable tourist interest, a it combines three key elements that make this city a true success in this sense: an impressive cultural, rural and gastronomic heritage. Located in the south of Castilla y León, this is a place of true ororaphical variety, with up to four different natural areas very different amongst them: La Dehesa, La Llanura, Serranía and the Regadío Extenso, with the river Duero at the very center of them.
In terms fo its cultural heritage, the history of Salamanca is closely connected with its university, one of the most popular and first in Spain, and associate with some important historical figures such as Fray Luis de León. Visiting the city means daring to find a frog on the front of some fo tis houses. Other very popular places to visite here is the Plaza Mayor, Casa de las Conchas or the cathedral, where you can access the tower on its top to enjoy of the most impressive views of the city.
As for the rural tourism in Salamanca, you will find nothing but peace and tranquility in landscapes such as the mountains of Béjar, as well as in Candelario, or the ski resorts in Covatilla. Also, you mustn't miss the chance to get lost in the contrasts that the canyons of Arribes del Duero will present you with, just like making a wish if you come across the well of Pozo de los Humos. The highest point of the region is Canchal de la Ceja, a great area to visit, as well as the Arribes del Duero Natural Park, one of the five natural reserves of this province.
Last but not least, we can guarantee you will never be hungry in Salamanca, since the town of Guijuelo has some of the best and most varied raw meats in the whole country, and probably Europe.
What are you waiting to discover the bits and bolts of this inland paradise?