Castile–León and Castile–La Mancha Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Castile–León and Castile–La Mancha - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Casa de Las Conchas

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This house was built around 1500 for Dr. Rodrigo Maldonado de Talavera, a professor of medicine at the university and a doctor at the...

Casa de Las Muertes

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Built in about 1513 for the majordomo of Alonso de Fonseca II, the house takes its name from the four tiny skulls that adorn its top...

Castillo

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A major Salamanca monument is its fortified medieval castle, part of which has been turned into the Parador de Ciudad Rodrigo, which,...

Cathedrals

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For a complete exterior tour of Salamanca's old and new cathedrals, take a 10-minute walk around the complex, circling counterclockwise.

Convento de Las Dueñas

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Founded in 1419, this convent hides a 16th-century cloister that is the most fantastically decorated in Salamanca, if not in all of Spain.

Convento de Las Úrsulas

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Archbishop Alonso de Fonseca I lies here, in this splendid Gothic-style marble tomb created by Diego de Siloe during the early 1500s.

Convento de San Esteban

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The convent's monks, among the most enlightened teachers at the university in medieval times, were the first to take Columbus's ideas...

Museo de Art Nouveau y Art Decó

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The best thing about this museum is the building it's in, most of which you can tour from the outside. Built at the end of the 19th century...

Museo de Salamanca

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Consisting mainly of minor 17th- and 18th-century paintings, this museum, also known as the Museo de Bellas Artes (Museum of Fine Arts),...

Palacio de Monterrey

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Built after 1538 by Rodrigo Gil de Hontañón, the palace was meant for an illegitimate son of Alonso de Fonseca I. As in Rodrigo's other...

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