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A colleague of mine studied here. He often spoke about the architecture and the students and professors at his time there. He died quite a young man (r.i.p) not long after ordination. I wanted to visit the areas he wrote about.It truly was a wonderful...More
The university scene is a significant contributor to the life and history of the city. It has "put Salamanca on the map" for centuries. This is a very interesting view into the past of how universities worked, and the life of the students (a real...More
We were part of a tour group and we had a 1.5 hr walking tour as part of our day. This was one of the most enjoyable days of our trip as the city and the university are almost co-located. As you walk in the...More
Despite not speaking Spanish we decided to join a tour because the Uni can't be visited otherwise. It wasn't difficult to follow because the information leaflet we were given pretty much covers in English what's said in Spanish. It's an amazing place and is so...More
One can only visit this Catholic university, started as a seminary as the Universidad de Salamanca became more secular, taking a Spanish language guided tour. This is not the case if you want to climb the towers only. The guided tour is quite good, but...More
The guide said the university is the third oldest in the world. The structure is very cool and the walls are very detailed. Searching for the hidden frog was interesting. It’s on a small street which adds to the affect of it feelings very old....More
Guided visits that last half an hour. It is only accessible by guided visits. The imposing building is historically impressive. The Church is also formidable and beautiful. Good guide. One can buy a long sleeve T shirt for 6 euros--not a bad deal for a...More