Salamanca in Autumn
by Grove Travel
Last week, the weather in Salamanca was glorious! In Autumn, it is usually warm, 20s to 30s, a perfect location for a short city-break to meander along a number of (mainly) pedestrianised streets, drinking in the atmosphere and appreciating the fabulous old architecture. The Plaza Mayor, a huge square in the centre of the city, dates back to the first half of the 18th century and is the heart of entertainment and refreshments, with sun and shade available, as is your preference.
In Salamanca, one of the oldest University cities in Europe and a UNESCO world heritage site, there is a stylish and charming hotel, by the walls of the citadel and close to both the Cathedral and the Plaza Mayor where you will feel very special. The privately owned hotel Rector in Salamanca‘s city centre sits behind a beautiful golden stone façade. With just 13 bedrooms, elegantly decorated throughout, including the lounge and bar where you can wind down after a day of enjoying the city sights.