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The Keys to the City

Dramatised visit to the Convent of San Esteban © Turismo de Salamanca

This programme is designed to show visitors to the city of Salamanca the interiors of some of its monuments and reveal a few curious facts about each place. It consists of a series of guided and dramatised visits featuring actors disguised as some of the most important historical figures associated with each site.

This is a unique opportunity to discover new sites of Salamanca's cultural heritage, some of which are less well-known or are even usually closed to the public. The Convent of San Esteban (according to history, one of Christopher Columbus's favourite places for meditating) and the Historic University Library are just a few of the spaces which are included in this initiative.

General information

Dates
Oct 26, 2018 to Dec 17, 2018
Visitors wishing to take part should register at the municipal tourist office, as the groups are limited in size.   

 

Theme
Theatre

Category
Performance



Location and contact

Venue
Salamanca

Salamanca
Salamanca, Castile-Leon

Contact details
Website  http://www.salamanca.es


Practical information

Timetables

Visitors wishing to take part should register at the municipal tourist office, as the groups are limited in size.   

 

Rates

Free admission

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