Happily accessible to wheelchairs. Friendly and helpful staff. Beautiful frescos. Too bad about the cloistre, being renovated.
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The entrance is easy to miss and not well advertised round the side of the building. (Torre Mocha Plaza Juan) it involves quite a lot of stairs but plenty of rest stops on the way. You get views of the old and new cathedrals and...More
new and old cathedrals are joined together. not as deluxe as segovia , but nice. the audio guide is very good.
The historical sites are beautiful and worth seeing, no doubt. Sadly the church wants to have the cake and eat it, so they charge a fortune for what should be either a museum owned by the state (which is not), or a donation-based church. Now...More
There are lots of old European cathedrals, and each has its stories. Salamanca is no exception. Set on a hill, with plazas surrounding - the cathedral space is home to art, statuary, street musicians, vistas, and wonder. Check ourt the organs with en chamade pipes....More
Be sure to spend some time visiting the Old Cathedral in Salamanca. It's quite a place! Interesting architecture and design. The fact that the new cathedral was built next door (in fact using part of the Old Cathedral space) makes for an interesting set of...More
You can do an audio tour of the Cathedral which is good value and will take around an hour. The interior is quite interesting and certainly worth seeing for the architecture. The other thing that people don't know is that there is a side entrance...More