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After 198 stairs you arrive to the top of the tower. The landscape is great and you can see all the city because you have a 360° view in several wonderful windows. The visit to the tower have a price of 3.75€ and have a...More
This Jesuit church is almost opposite the house of shells ( Casa de las Conchas) so the two can easily be seen almost together. This church is famous for its ornate High Altar. Worth a short visit whilst in the area..
One of the prettier churches n the old part of the city. Not always open so perhaps ask at your hotel. Very interesting inside. Lots of people rush by on their way to cathedral so you might be alone inside. Look for the entrance to...More
Our tour group was in Salamanca for a short visit and had about an hour here. On our walking tour to the Salamanca Cathedral from Plaza Mayor (please refer to my earlier review of this place here too), we passed by this church and were...More
Only did the view from the towers as opposed to a guided tour of the complex however you do get a good high level view of the church on your way up. The views from the twin bell towers are excellent, great view over the...More
It doesn't look like much on the outside with the small narrow entrance, but don't pass it by! You gotta pay the extra and climb up to the top! Where you can see the entire city from above and the building itself is magnificent!
Iglesia del Espiritu Santo was the very first sight of our short one day trip to beautiful Salamanca. Unfortunately, we did not have enough time to go inside, but this imposing 17th century edifice was impressive enough to set our expectations really high. This beautiful,...More
Out walking and stopped in to view the church and its interior. I has great altars and artwork. Make sure to take the tour. Very impressive interior. Sort of dark, makes some pictures difficult. Definitely a must see.