Intensive courses start at around €385 for two weeks. Staff can organise accommodation with local families.
Museo de Cera
If wax museums are your thing, this one with more than 450 characters is a fairly standard version of the genre. With models ranging...
Biblioteca Nacional & Museo del Libro
Perhaps the most impressive of the grand edifices erected along the Paseo de los Recoletos in the 19th century, the 1892 Biblioteca...
Very Salamanca. This cocktail bar is something of a barrio antique, open since 1955 and with a dignified, moneyed British atmosphere....
Fun eating is the motto of Wagaboo and this casual approach to life infuses every aspect of this place. Unlike many places in Salamanca,...
Calle de Amador de los Ríos 6 · interesting places nearby
Fine Spanish cooking, with the occasional nod to international sophistication, and celebrities and royalty dotted around the dining room (Prince Felipe, heir to the Spanish throne, and Letizia Ortiz chose the Jockey chefs for their wedding banquet in May 2004) make for a top-quality dining experience. The menu is more traditionally European than most in this price range, although there are some innovative flourishes. Otherwise, it’s along the lines of Persian caviar, snails and soufflés. If we could choose one dish, it would probably be lobster ragout with truffles and fresh pasta. Men must wear a tie and a jacket.