1. The Plaza Mayor in Salamanca
Every night the lights in the Plaza come on and it’s a beautiful sight. There are cafes and shops surrounding the plaza and most major events are hosted there. The first week I was there, there was a series of events including a concert, dancers performing, and a trapeze act.
2. Eating Chocolate con Churros
This dessert is basically the Spanish version of a donut that comes along with rich chocolate. A thing I liked to do was order a side of milk so that after you finished the churros, you could add the milk to the chocolate and have hot chocolate.
3. Eating Helado
4. Go to a bull fight
I personally never watched the actual bull fight because I didn’t think I would enjoy it, but some friends I met there went and thought it was great. However, you can get a tour of the stadiums which was fun. I went to the Plaza de Toros in Málaga, which is the oldest operational stadium in Spain.
5. Make Paella
6. Visit Santander
7. Visit the palaces
8. Visit unique churches
This church was so special because it contained an Ossuary of more than 3,000 skulls of monks.