48 Hours of Cheap Food and Drinks in Salamanca

48 Hours of Cheap Food and Drinks in Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain (B)

Ohhh, Salamanca. The charming Spanish city known for its historic university (the third oldest in the world!), its medieval architecture, and grand ol’ Plaza Mayor. The city’s energy is contagious, fired by the university students that consume a vast majority of the population.

Knowing all this, I wanted in! So, last weekend I hopped on a train and jumped on over to Salamanca. I went for the architecture, heritage and history…

Seriously, I had every intention of spending an entire day reading up on the beautiful Cathedral, the history of the University, touring the old city….but let’s be honest. Who am I kidding?! I ended up befriending some locals, and next thing I knew I was heading to their fave tapas and cañas spots. LOL…my intentions were good?! #Fattourism

So, 48 extremely foodtense (food + intense) hours later, I had scraped the entire city of Salamanca for its best tapas, wine, and late night spots; and into my tummy Salamanca went!

AND THIS ONE PLACE. MY OBSESSION. You gotta, gotta, gotta go. (Last on list, ‘cause I gotta save the best for last) ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: 48 Hours of Cheap Food and Drinks in Salamanca
Guide Location: Spain » Salamanca
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Casie Tennin
Read it on Author's Website: http://awanderingcasiedilla.com/2015/11/26/48-hours-of-cheap-food-and-drinks-in-salamanca
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Oroviejo Gastrobar
  • La Tahona de la Abuela
  • Calle Van Dyck
  • Calle Varillas
  • Cuzco Bodega