We carry out the transfers with a modern and well cared fleet of minibuses and buses that will satisfy the expectations of any cruiser. They are buses that fulfill all the norms of security and with professionals who take care of to the maximum the good treatment with the client to offer a service with the greater possible quality.
Buses in the vicinity of the boat to take our groups to visit the best places of interest in Salamanca. With our tours you will be able to discover Salamanca in a pleasant and fun way.
One of our operators will manage and coordinate the shuttle buses as the distance from the port to the city centre makes it necessary to transfer by bus from one point to another. Our team responds to that part of the passage that prefers to explore the city at its own pace and in its own way, independently.
Zonetransfers.com offers a wide range of guided tours in Salamanca for cruise customers. Our difference is the care and personal attention we give to each client.
Your group will be able to take a panoramic tour of the city of Salamanca and the option of enjoying a guided tour of Salamanca on foot afterwards, in order to get to know the historical centre.
With our guided tours for cruises you will be able to go into authentic and unique places in Salamanca that very few people know and that are full of history.
We manage the reservations of museums and monuments so that groups do not have to wait or stand in line to visit, as we are aware that they only have a few hours to get to know our beautiful city and we want them to optimize their stay in Salamanca.
Our official guides are also at the service of foreign cruisers. We have guides in several languages (English, French, German...). They are professional and qualified guides who meet the expectations of the most demanding cruise ship passengers.
Do not hesitate to ask for our tour guides in Salamanca.
With our tours and experiences we want you to feel like a real Salamanca and take the best of memories to see you again very soon.
A city tour in Salamanca will allow you to visit the historical and monumental area: the old town, the downtown area and places of interest. Our car rental service with driver in Salamanca allows you to hire a car for the hours you want for your day.
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With Zonetransfers.com you will have the possibility to visit Salamanca with a private driver and see the best places of interest in the city:
Plaza Mayor of Salamanca: The Plaza Mayor, located in the heart of the historic center, is one of the most beautiful squares in Spain and one of the most charming places to visit in Salamanca.
Of baroque style, built between 1729 and 1756, the square is an imperfect quadrilateral in which its semicircular arches and the historical buildings that surround the city stand out. You cannot miss its most important constructions such as the Royal, San Martín and Pretineros pavilions, the City Hall and the centenary Novelty cafeteria, where the great artists of the city used to meet.
University of Salamanca: The University, founded in 1218 by Alfonso IX, is the oldest in the Hispanic world, including Spain, and another of the places you must see in Salamanca.
This historic building has a beautiful exterior facade in the Plateresque style, full of decorative elements carved in stone, among which the figure of a frog on top of a skull is surprising, which they say you should see, if you want to pass your exams.
Inside the university, where people like Miguel de Unamuno have taught and had students like Hernan Cortés, is the Escuelas Mayores building which includes several classrooms, the cloister and the old library.
Salamanca Cathedral: One of the best things to do in Salamanca is to enter the New Cathedral which allows you to go inside to the Old Cathedral.
The unusual fact of having two cathedrals in the same city is the result of having built a new cathedral between the 16th and 18th centuries that was to replace the old one, but which it was finally decided to keep standing.
The New Cathedral, built in the late Gothic style, is the second largest in Spain and impresses with its 110-metre high bell tower and the exterior façade, known as Puerta de Ramos, where you can see numerous decorative elements carved in stone, including a surprising figure of an astronaut or a dragon with an ice-cream, with which the sculptor wanted to give a wink to the city.
House of Shells: The Casa de las Conchas is a stately palace built in the late fifteenth century and another of the most surprising buildings to see in Salamanca.
The combination of Gothic, Renaissance and Mudejar styles can be seen on the façade and inside this palace and one of the characteristics of this combination of styles is the more than 300 shells on the façade that give the house its name and that according to a legend, underneath one of them are hidden the jewels of the old owners.
In addition to taking photos of its exterior, it is worth entering the house free of charge to see its beautiful patio.
Visiting hours: Monday to Friday from 9h to 21h, Saturdays from 9h to 14h and Sundays closed.
Huerto de Calixto y Melibea: The Huerto de Calixto y Melibea is a small green garden area that was the setting for the love affairs of the protagonists of La Celestina, the title of the Tragicomedy of Calisto and Melibea by Fernando de Rojas.
As well as being an inspiring place for literary works, this well-tended garden located on the old city wall is perfect for taking refuge from the heat and relaxing with views of the upper part of the Cathedral.
La Clrerecía: This building, located in front of the Casa de las Conchas, has a school with a beautiful cloister and a church with a three-level facade and an interior in which the Main Altarpiece and the Sacristy stand out.
To see this altarpiece and the interior of the church better, you can go up to the Clerecía Towers from where you will have a magnificent view of the old town from the highest part.
Visiting hours: every day from March to November from 10h to 20h. The rest of the months it closes at 6 pm.
La Salina and San Boal Palace: This stately mansion has a façade decorated with medallions and a beautiful two-storey interior courtyard supported by arches and with various decorative elements on capitals and corbels.
Another palace to visit in Salamanca is the 15th century San Boal with a striking sgraffito façade and a beautiful Renaissance courtyard.
Visiting hours Salina Palace: Tuesday to Sunday from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm and from 6 pm to 9 pm.
Visiting hours San Boal Palace: Monday to Saturday from 18h to 21:30h. Sundays and holidays from 11h to 14h and from 18h to 21h.
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