Walking Tour of Salamanca, Spain

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39 Responses

  1. Wonderful city and I’m embarrassed to admit, i had never heard of it. Love the shell building and the kids in their school uniforms. Great place to walk and explore.

  2. eileen says:

    Hello, beautiful buildings and a lovely tour.Thanks for sharing your visit. Have a happy weekend!

  3. ladyfi says:

    Lovely shots. Those first three are stunning!

  4. Great pictures, nice info

  5. So beautiful pics and post.

  6. Thanks for sharing less explored site. !

  7. Shrikant says:

    Lovely pictures. I liked the last one the most !!

  8. The architecture and the detailings are superb.

  9. Mridula says:

    The place looks grand through your lens!

  10. Sims says:

    Beautiful Indrani

  11. Old but beautiful monuments.

  12. Niranjan says:

    Lovely frames! The architecture looks great.

  13. budget jan says:

    I have decided that on our next trip to Europe we will be visiting Salamanca and the basque country. We missed both on our last trip in 2012. I keep on getting drawn there by reading blog posts like yours!

  14. i b arora says:

    great as always

  15. Thanks for sharing! That was an interesting “walk” through Salamanca.

  16. magiceye says:

    Wonderful captures!!

  17. wow! This walking tour must be so fun. Gorgeous pictures 🙂

  18. Lovely architecture! You narrated it very nicely and the house of shells is interesting

  19. Linja says:

    Wonderful architecture! Thanks for including the details.

  20. Merci pour cet excellent reportage.
    Amitiés.

    Roger

  21. Jyothi D'mello says:

    The House of Shells is amazing. All monuments are beautifully captured Indrani.

  22. Sapana says:

    History of Spain is one of the most fascinating in all over world. The pictures are saying same!

  23. Jeevan says:

    Nice touring on the monuments and cathedral! Simply liked the shells wall and the details captured on the façade of the university.

  24. Another place to add during the next trip. Hopefully I will get time.

  25. A wonderful city beautifully represented by you 🙂

  26. Wow, “The house of shells” seems very unusual. There’s so much you can see and do while on walking tour of a city. One of the best way to experience a new place.

  27. Sophie says:

    Still haven’t made it to Salamanca; it’s on my wish list 🙂

  28. Haven’t made it to Salamanca yet but it looks amazing! Love your post!

  29. Laura says:

    Hi! Im from Salamanca looking for a walking city tour for some friends and found your blog. I loved it!
    Thanks for sharing it! If you ever return I could show you some other amazing monuments!

    • Indrani Ghose says:

      Hopefully some day Laura. Thank you for pausing to leave a comment. 🙂

  30. How neat- it’s definitely charming when lit up at night!

  31. Kerri says:

    Looks like you’ve done a great job of seeing some great places. Taking a wrong turn is something I always love.

  32. I love walking through cities and monuments at night when the lights are so dramatic. Such contrasts. Would love to follow in your footsteps.

  33. The story of the school children is interesting. When I was on caving expedition in Belize, we paid particular attention to the frog pots. In almost every cave, there was one and only one pot with a frog figure molded onto the lip. The story goes that the Mayans would cast this frog pot as a good luck talisman. I wonder how many frog luck charm legends there are in the world?

  34. Wonderful city, full of rich history. As a student, I will try to do whatever that would bring me good luck, even if it means to search for a frog.

  35. Natalie says:

    When I think of Salamanca, the University of Salamanca comes to mind. I’ve never been, but it looks like a beautiful city to visit. I’m sure you learned a lot about the history of the city on the walking tour. Those are such a great source of information..

  36. Megan says:

    The architecture looks amazing! I’m just starting to plan a trip to Spain for next fall. Will have to look into adding Salamanca to the itinerary.

  37. francesca says:

    Never been to Salamanca, but when I do I’ll definitely visit the casa de las conchas!! I absolutely adore seashells so that would be super cool for me 😀

  38. Mags says:

    That architecture is stunning! I’ve really got to make it to Spain soon!