A part of the Castile and Leon region and the capital of Salamanca province, the Spanish university town of Salamanca is as vibrant as it is beautiful. Ornate historical churches and stately Renaissance buildings dot the old quarter, between trendy cafes and lively bars. The Plaza Mayor is considered one of Spain’s most attractive and atmospheric squares, particularly enchanting at night, when its sandstone Baroque buildings are illuminated with countless lights. Art lovers should not miss a visit to the Casa Lis Art Nouveau and Art Deco Museum, housed in a Modernist building dating to 1905 and featuring a spectacular collection of artworks, jewellery, fashion, furniture, sculptures, carvings and more from two of history’s most elegant design genres. The culinary scene here, with its diverse influences and fresh ingredients from the surrounding countryside, are also reason enough to visit alone.

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