The Cathedral of Salamanca, also called the Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin, is one of two cathedrals located in the city of Salamanca, in the autonomous community of Castilla y León, Spain.
Fue construida entre los siglos XVI y XVIII, mezclando los estilos renacentista, barroco y gótico. It is one of the largest cathedrals in Spain, standing 110 metres high, and is also the seat of the Diocese of Salamanca.
The schedule is:
Please note that the last access to the Cathedral will be 45 minutes before closing time.
The entrance tariffs ranges from 2.5€ to a maximum price of 6€. If you want to buy tickets online, you can access through this link
The Cathedral of Salamanca is located in the heart of the city, near the Tormes River. It is only 5 minutes walk from the Roman Bridge.
The cathedral is surrounded by narrow pedestrian streets that do not allow access to vehicles. To park in the area, you will have to park a little further away from the nearby areas. There you will find urbanisation and roads with parking spaces available.
In the city of Salamanca, at street level you will find different parking zones: the blue, green and white zones.
If you prefer to park your car in a safe and secure place, you always have the option of parking it in a public car park in the city of Salamanca. If you want to see the different options, we recommend that you check the Parkimeter website or its app. From there you can book your space in advance to make sure you have your space on the dates that suit you best. Click here to book your space.
If, on the other hand, you prefer to park your car on the street, make sure you know the different zones. Below we inform you of the regulated parking areas in Salamanca.
Blue Zone Anyone can park there, including residents, for a limited period of time, after passing through a parking meter.
There is a blue zone in the streets inside the first ring road bounded by Avenida Mirat, Paseo Canalejas, Paseo Desengaño, Paseo Rector Esperabé, Paseo Carmelitas, Paseo San Vicente and Paseo San Gregorio, among others.
Parking is allowed for a maximum of 2 hours.
Green Zone The green zone is a rotation zone. Within the established timetables, it is an exclusive zone for residents, but outside these hours any user can park.
Unlike the blue zone, you can park for a maximum of 5 hours.
Blue and green zone schedules The schedules are:
Blue and green zone tariffs