Palacio de la Salina

Palacio de la Salina: Our most recommended tours and activities

Salamanca: Local Legends Evening Walking Tour in Spanish

1. Salamanca: Local Legends Evening Walking Tour in Spanish

Explore Salamanca at sunset in a different way. Curiosities and legends. We will also see underground galleries and a very interesting "snow well". We will start in Plaza Mayor, full of life in this typical university city. We will visit one of the most beautiful and unknown courtyards of the city in the Palacio de la Salina. We will walk to see romantic palaces, the beautiful plateresque facade of the convent of San Esteban, towers, gardens and citywalls. And we will go into some subterranean galleries and a snow well to discover secrets of Salamanca. All this and much more, through popular stories and legends to learn more about Salamanca and never forget it.

Salamanca: Legends and Stories Private Night Walking Tour

2. Salamanca: Legends and Stories Private Night Walking Tour

Experience another "Salamanca". Learn about the legends and stories hidden under the stones of ancient palaces, convents, churches... When the sun sets, another side of Salamanca comes to light. On this 90-minute tour, you'll discover it! Your local guide will show you the best spots to take pictures at night. When the lights lit, the atmosphere of Salamanca is magical. Get to know it with us! You'll learn about funny stories and legends that will make children and adults enjoy. Casa de las Conchas, Palace of la Salina, Casa de las Muertes... in these spots legends and facts are intertwined. Stroll along the historical center with your family, friends, and learn about all of them with an expert tour guide by your side. I will give you tips to enjoy your stay to the fullest, and I will help you feel at home. I am passionate about Salamanca; I love its corners, its live history, its way of life, its magical gardens, its delicious cuisine... My favorite dedication is to be able to instill the love and passion I have about my city, my region and my language. The date and time is up to you. Discover Salamanca at your own pace, and with your loved ones. Avoid mass tourism and get to know the real city of Salamanca with an expert local guide.

Salamanca: Evening Sightseeing Walking Tour

3. Salamanca: Evening Sightseeing Walking Tour

Discover a side of Salamanca's history that you won't find in the history books on a guided evening walking tour. Immerse yourself in the city's myths and legends as you stroll through iconic landmarks such as the Casa de las Conchas and Salina Palace. Meet your guide in the sprawling Plaza Mayor and admire the square's restaurants and traditional Baroque architecture. Learn about the history of the city as a renowned center of black magic. Continue to the Salina Palace and see this unique building lit up by gas lamps. Next, visit the Cave of Salamanca, where the devil himself is rumored to have practiced black magic. Stroll through the gardens of the Huerto de Calixto y Melibea and take in views of the river. Afterward, admire the facade of the Casa de las Conchas (shell house), a Gothic-style building covered in ornate shells. Finally, at Stephen's Convent, learn about the history of this ancient monastery.

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What people are saying about Palacio de la Salina

It was a perfect evening - a lot of exciting information, loosely packaged, presented seriously, the ideal combination of knowledge transfer and anecdotal information. With good practical tips and hints - and always very friendly and responding appropriately to questions. This is how all city tours should be! Thanks very much!

We would have missed so much if we hadn't done this tour! Great stories, super nice guide, perfect english and a great city! We can recommend it 100%

Alexia was a wonderful guide, and shared the exciting legends and history of each place we visited. It was truly remarkable.