Museo de Salamanca
Housed in the former residence of Queen Isabel's doctor, this museum is more interesting for the picture of tranquil Salamanca...
Real Clericía de San Marcos
Visits to this colossal baroque church and the attached Catholic university are via obligatory guided tours (in Spanish), which run...
Founded initially as the Estudio General in 1218, the university reached the peak of its renown in the 15th and 16th centuries. The...
Café El Corrillo
Great for a beer and tapas at any time, with live music (especially jazz or singer-songwriters) on Sunday and Thursday nights from 10pm;...
Calle de Serranos 9-11 · interesting places nearby
Mandala Café information
Come here with an appetite, as cool and casual Mandala offers a three-course set menu (unusually available for lunch and dinner) with dishes like black rice with seafood, and vegetable lasagne. There are also 18 flavours of hot chocolate, 45 types of milkshake, 56 juice combinations and more teas than we could count.