Palacio de Monterrey
Convento y Museo de las Úrsulas
A late-Gothic nunnery founded by Archbishop Alonso de Fonseca in 1512, the religious museum is fairly modest with some interesting...
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 prawn and wild mushroom risotto and duck confit tagliatelle. There...
Calle del Prior · interesting places nearby
Palacio de Monterrey information
Off the southwestern corner of Plaza Mayor, take Calle del Prior, which leads to the Palacio de Monterrey, a 16th-century holiday home of the Duques de Alba and a seminal piece of Spanish Renaissance architecture; it's not open to the public but the facade is superb.