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Castile and León Attractions

Castilla y Leon, Spain, has a large variety of cultural attractions to offer, and is therefore very popular among tourists. Things to do in Castilla y Leon are plentiful. tripwolf helps you find the best things to see in Castilla y Leon. Below we listed the best sights and museums in Castilla y Leon according to tripwolf's travel community.

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  • Old City of Salamanca

    10 votes

    Sight
    in Salamanca, Central Spain, Spain

    An ancient university town with monuments from many architectural and artistic periods. . This anc...

  • Plaza Mayor, Salamanca

    4 votes

    Sight
    in Salamanca, Central Spain, Spain

    The Plaza Mayor (English Main Plaza) in Salamanca, Spain is a large plaza located in the center o...

  • Universidad de Salamanca

    3 votes

    Sight
    in Salamanca, Central Spain, Spain

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  • Las Médulas

    3 votes

    Sight
    in Spain

    Former source of gold for the Roman Empire. In the 1st century A.D. the Roman Imperial authorities...

  • Casa de las Conchas

    2 votes

    Sight
    in Salamanca, Central Spain, Spain

    The Casa de las Conchas is a historical building in Salamanca, central Spain. It currently house...

  • Catedral de Salamanca

    2 votes

    Sight
    in Salamanca, Central Spain, Spain

    The Old Cathedral (Spanish: Catedral Vieja de Santa María) is one of two cathedrals in Salamanca,...

  • Catedral de León

    2 votes

    Sight
    in León, Central Spain, Spain

    Santa María de León Cathedral, also called The House of Light or the Pulchra Leonina is situated ...

  • I. de Santa María de los Caballeros

    1 votes

    Sight
    in Salamanca, Central Spain, Spain

  • Roman bridge of Salamanca

    1 votes

    Sight
    in Salamanca, Central Spain, Spain

    The Roman bridge of Salamanca (in Spanish: Puente romano de Salamanca), also known as Puente May...

  • New Cathedral

    1 votes

    Sight
    in Salamanca, Central Spain, Spain

    The two buildings are joined and you enter via the New Cathedral, built 16th-18th C. Outside, not...

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