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Pza. Juan XXIII, Salamanca, Spain
+34 923 26 67 01
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A highlight of the trip to Salamanca

A great chance to explore the structure of the old and new Cathedrals. It will take you up into the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
If you want a view, visit!

A hidden gem. Reasonably priced with excellent views. Visiting early in the morning ensured it was... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Sarah G
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Pza. Juan XXIII, Salamanca, Spain
+34 923 26 67 01

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Reviewed 1 week ago

A great chance to explore the structure of the old and new Cathedrals. It will take you up into the tower and give you a chance to wander the aisles high above the floor of the New Cathedral. If you are interested in the structure...More

Thank chashike
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A hidden gem. Reasonably priced with excellent views. Visiting early in the morning ensured it was not too busy. The bonus is the interior views of the cathedral.

Thank Sarah G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

As a self-confessed European tower climbing enthusiast, the Ieronimus experience is second to none. Being able to climb into the Cathedral tower with it's various rooms is one thing: various small exhibitions regarding the building are shown here. The belfry open area itself with it's...More

Thank Nicholas22
Reviewed 28 June 2017

The highest point of your climb is blocked and you cannot take great photos of the city. The tower of the city is old and contains a lot of history.

Thank Izonhim2007
Reviewed 27 June 2017

The entrance to the tower climb is on the outside of the chapel and the steep climb will reward you with amazing views of the city and beyond.

Thank seafare74
Reviewed 22 June 2017

The steps are many and steep, but the payoff is worth it in the end. There are several rooms to stop and rest in along the way with signage and history. Besides rooftop views, you get to pass through the interior of the new cathedral...More

Thank JMD1951
Reviewed 14 June 2017

I have been to this attraction several times, and each time it is as good if not better than the time before. The view is spectacular, and there is so much to see all along the way. I am particularly fond of the view into...More

Thank RCC_21
Reviewed 9 June 2017

This is a great thing to visit in Salamanca, you get to visit the top and outside of the Old Cathedral going up spiral staircases all the way to the top but you also get to view the inside of the new and old Cathedrals...More

Thank Susan A
Reviewed 2 June 2017 via mobile

Id say this is a must do in Salamanca . The views are spectacular. Only downfall my husband and I had to take turns due to traveling with a small child. The steps are many and steep

Thank Jennifererb
Reviewed 2 June 2017

Visited when there were few people there (passed by later when the queues were long) and really enjoyed it. You climb up a narrow staircase (a traffic light system makes things easier) past various rooms with explanations about the history of the tower, until you...More

Thank Lee P
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