Wrap up in a robe and slippers and prepare to be pampered in one of Spain’s best day spas. There are separate areas for men and women,...
Museo Arqueológico Nacional
The showpiece National Archaeology Museum contains a sweeping accumulation of artefacts behind its towering facade. The large collection...
Garamond is very Salamanca, from its puerta rigurosa (strict dress entry policy) to a 30-plus crowd that has money to burn and likes to...
Hidden away down a charming alley in the heart of Salamanca, El Amparo is one of the more exclusive restaurants in town. The cuisine has...
Lonely Planet review
This lovely little restaurant combines an intimate dining area with checked tablecloths and cuisine that the owner describes as ‘baroque vegetarian’. The food (both veg and non-veg) is a revelation, blending creative flavours with a strong base in traditional home cooking. The croquetas de manzana (apple croquettes) are a house speciality, but the truth is that everything on the extensive menu is good. The only problem here is that the tables are so close together you get the feeling that diners need to breathe in and out at the same time for everyone to fit.