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What you should know about Salamanca

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In Madrid, Salamanca is known as the most exclusive, wealthiest district, so head to its many fine hotels to enjoy the good life in Spain's wonderful capital city. At, we have partnered with the area's best hotels. We don't just feature luxury palaces, but have more modest accommodation to choose from as well. Whatever type of hotel you want, every listing includes accurate customer feedback and ratings to help you choose. Check out lists of the facilities on offer alongside photographs of sample rooms. Find somewhere right next to your favorite museum or the Metro using handy location maps and book hotels in Salamanca, Madrid that really suit your travel needs. Make big savings as well by booking early with our accommodation partners.

What's Salamanca Like?

Located just to the east of Madrid's city center, Salamanca is a spacious middle class suburb that is home to many of the city's embassies. Partly because of its wealth, Salamanca is packed with beautiful 19th and 20th century architecture, but it is most famous for the Golden Mile; Madrid's premier luxury shopping district. Attractions in the area include masterpieces from Goya and other Spanish painters at the Lázaro Galdiano Foundation the fascinating Bullfighting Museum and the unusual Casa de la Moneda Museum which is dedicated to money and coin collecting. Just to the southwest you can walk to Madrid's main museum district, with the Thiyssen Collection and the Prado, as well as the National Archaeological Museum. When you want to relax, there are plenty of comfortable bars and fine restaurants near hotels in Salamanca, Madrid as well.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Madrid

Madrid is a city which enjoys celebrations and parties. It's not just the capital of Spain, it's also a welcoming world city whose people will try their hardest to make visitors feel at home. recommends joining walking tours led by locals to see the sights, or hiring bikes via the city's excellent public bike hire scheme (which features speedy electric bikes). Ask your hotelier for the best local cafes and restaurants to sample Madrid's famous tapas, or grab some of the best street food in Spain. Madrid also hosts some lively street markets like Rastro, which are the perfect place to find souvenirs. We also recommend a day trip to the Escorial Monastery for a taste of the real Spain. Catch a train from Atocha to see a UNESCO listed gem. Enjoy history, street life and wonderful food by booking hotels in Salamanca, Madrid with

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