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BASES REGULADORAS PARA LA PARTICIPACIÓN DE LOS ALOJAMIENTOS TURÍSTICOS EN EL MARCO DEL PROTOCOLO PARA LA REACTIVACIÓN DEL DESTINO TURÍSTICO POR EL QUE SE CREA EL PROGRAMA “SALAMANCA 2X1+ REDESCUBRE LA CIUDAD”.

El portal web de Turismo de Salamanca, cumpliendo su compromiso con la accesibilidad web, ofrece un diseño y estructura libres de obstáculos visuales y tecnológicos que permiten el acceso a sus contenidos a personas con distintos niveles de discapacidad, personas mayores, y usuarios en general.

Official guided tour of Salamanca, to discover the city, with routes that take in all the monuments, agendas, and tourist services. You can now download it free!
Search for “Salamanca Turismo”, click on it.

When visiting Salamanca, you must come in the mood for enjoying and allowing yourself to be surprised by a cosmopolitan, kind, and safe university town.
We invite you to discover it. Thanks to its humanist tradition and rich historic heritage, the city was declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO, and European Capital of Culture.
Salamanca is considered the quintessential Spanish Renaissance city, which makes it unique, both in terms of the architectural and urban aesthetic of the city, that is still visible, as well as due to the humanist thinking and yearning for knowledge—typical of the period—that shaped the city.
Everything in the city center is within walking distance, and there is a stunning variety of palaces, convents, churches, and squares of different styles.
The year 1254 was a key date in the city, that gave it a universal relevance—Alfonso X of Castile founded its university, the first one in Spain and one of the four oldest in the world, together with the universities of Paris, Oxford, and Bologna. Since then, the city grew to become the ideal space for the cultivation of mind and spirit, a tolerant and open melting pot.
Currently, Salamanca has 150,000 inhabitants, a figure that is completed every year with the students that arrive to the city—universities receive around 30,000 students, and Spanish learning centers some 34,000 foreign visitors.
www.salamanca.es

Experiencing Salamanca from its highest viewpoints is a unique experience; it is inhaling inspiration, awakening, opening one’s eyes, understanding the city, and touching its sky.
Salamanca’s towers have opened their doors so that we may gaze from their battlements, admire their pinnacles, and touch their bells.
From the Ieronimous Cathedral towers, the Clerecía towers, known as Scala Coeli [Stairway to Heaven], and the San Esteban Convent’s viewpoint, we may contemplate Salamanca’s grandeur. A city where a great variety of architectural styles intermingle in splendid harmony. A city, whose impressive scenery, recognised World Heritage Site, was conceived as a place of convergence.

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