"The secret of success in life is for a man to be ready for his opportunity when it comes..." - Benjamin Disraeli'
|(A rest on a bench at Plaza Mayor)|
Home to 180,000 inhabitants, this culturally rich city that is located in the mid west of Spain (Castilla y Leon region). Within a central location, you can discover many of Salamanca's cultural and historical sites, from Plaza Mayor, the 16th century Convento de San Esteban, the Renaissance palace Palacio Anaya, Casa de las Conchas, Iglesia de la Purisima church and the Renaissance court, Monasterio de los Irlandeses.
|(A walking tour in Salamanca)|
Salamanca has been declared the 'City of Mankind's Heritage' by UNESCO and named the 'European Cultural Capital'. In this city, Castilian Spanish (pure Spanish) is widely spoken, and over 30 percent of its population are Spanish students, making it an ideal location for studying Spanish.
|(UNESCO Heritage Site)|
This 'university town' has the oldest university in Spain and one of the oldest universities in the world. Immerse in Salamanca's Spanish culture, literature and history within the surroundings of cathedrals, plazas, convents, palaces, and churches.