Palacio de Monterrey
Convento y Museo de las Úrsulas
A late-Gothic nunnery founded by Archbishop Alonso de Fonseca in 1512, the religious museum here is fairly modest, with some...
Iglesia de San Martín
Romanesque Iglesia de San Martín is wedged among houses, but is a pretty encore to the adjacent Plaza Mayor. The south portal in...
Built between 1729 and 1755, Salamanca's exceptional grand square is widely considered to be Spain's most beautiful central plaza. The...
A stalwart of Salamanca nightlife with medieval-style decor. Garamond has music that's good to dance to without straying too far from...
Enjoy a romantic intimate ambience and Italian-inspired dishes like asparagus, mint and cheese risotto or farfalle with tomato, bacon,...
Calle del Prior · interesting places nearby
Palacio de Monterrey information
From the southwestern corner of Plaza Mayor, Calle del Prior leads to the Palacio de Monterrey, a 16th-century royal holiday home and a seminal piece of Spanish Renaissance architecture. It's not open to the public but the facade is superb.