The hostel is superbly located in the centre of Salamanca, a World Heritage City, near Gran Vía and San Esteban Convent. Most of the buildings in the city were built with sandstone which glows gold when the sun starts to set and this is why Salamanca is called La Dorada (Golden City). All the main attractions are within a walking distance from the hostel.

The Salamanca Albergue Juvenil Hostel offers accommodation in dorms with facilities such as laundry, Internet access, luggage storage, common room and bike rental at the hostel.

The city has many attractions: New Cathedral, Plaza Mayor, Casa de las Conchas, University and it is also on the Vía de la Plata (Silver Route), also called Camino de Santiago del Sur (South Camino de Santiago Pilgrimage). The hostel is also located next to the main nightlife venues.

What travellers think

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  • Culture
  • Sightseeing

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Avatar for YEN CHIH


Sun 22 Feb 2015

I had a very bad experience there. My room was not in the same building as the reception. In my room's building there was no wifi, no common room, no locker. Just a dorm room and a bathroom. But the worst part was that it wasn't clean at all. The bathroom ceiling was full of black mold. That was very smelly and you could smell that as soon as you entered the room. My room's window was giving on a inner courtyard where you had a view impressive amount of bird's feces. I left after 1 night.


Avatar for Antoine


Mon 04 Aug 2014