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Apartments in Salamanca

Salamanca is both a historical city and a vibrant one. With a huge international scene it is perfect for expats and students. The housing market in Salamanca is mainly comprised of apartments, yet further out from the city center you will find cottage style villa’s.

Nestpick has a wide variety of apartments in Salamanca to offer; furnished apartments are often popular with an international audience. There are large apartments and studio flats in Salamanca depending on your needs.

Featured Properties

650 €
Erasmusu

Piso 2 dormitorios

calle corrales de monroy nº 13/23 piso 3ºD

20 Nov 2017
2 Room

250 €
Erasmusu

Grand appartement en Salamanca (España)

Avenida Villamayor 28-30

20 Nov 2017
4 Room

189 €
SwiftFlats

Bright flat in Salamanca

Torres Villarroel

   
13 Jun 2017
1 Room

170 €
Erasmusu

Habitación a 10 minutos del campus

Calle Rodríguez Hernández, 31-33,

20 Nov 2017
1 Room

300 €
EasyRoommate

habitación a pie de del campus

Avenida de Filiberto Villalobos, 37007

25 Oct 2017
2 Room

3,030 €
Only-apartments

Salamanca (Apt. 460178)

Calle Traviesa, Salamanca

           
30 Jan 2018
2 Room
61 m2

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Recent properties

290 €
Erasmusu

Habitación en ático luxury .hab.con baño privado

Calle cuartel, villares de la reina 37184

14 Dec 2017
1 Room
100 m2

285 €
Erasmusu

Tenemos un piso y buscamos una chica que habla espanol con fluidez

Paseo de Carmelitas

10 Dec 2017
1 Room

180 €
EasyRoommate

Corte Ingles- Calle Pizarro

Calle Pizarro, 37005

2 Jan 2018
1 Room

260 €
EasyRoommate

city centre rooms all bills included

Paseo del Rector Esperabé, 37008

9 Dec 2017
3 Room

260 €
EasyRoommate

habitación con TODOS los gastos incluidos 260€

Paseo del Rector Esperabé, 37008

9 Dec 2017
3 Room

220 €
EasyRoommate

Habitacion (todos los gastos incluidos)

Calle Tomillar, 37006

4 Jan 2018
1 Room

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Featured Apartments

650 €
Erasmusu

Piso 2 dormitorios

calle corrales de monroy nº 13/23 piso 3ºD

20 Nov 2017
2 Room

250 €
Erasmusu

Grand appartement en Salamanca (España)

Avenida Villamayor 28-30

20 Nov 2017
4 Room

189 €
SwiftFlats

Bright flat in Salamanca

Torres Villarroel

   
13 Jun 2017
1 Room

170 €
Erasmusu

Habitación a 10 minutos del campus

Calle Rodríguez Hernández, 31-33,

20 Nov 2017
1 Room

300 €
EasyRoommate

habitación a pie de del campus

Avenida de Filiberto Villalobos, 37007

25 Oct 2017
2 Room

3,030 €
Only-apartments

Salamanca (Apt. 460178)

Calle Traviesa, Salamanca

           
30 Jan 2018
2 Room
61 m2

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Featured Rooms

650 €
Erasmusu

Piso 2 dormitorios

calle corrales de monroy nº 13/23 piso 3ºD

20 Nov 2017
2 Room

250 €
Erasmusu

Grand appartement en Salamanca (España)

Avenida Villamayor 28-30

20 Nov 2017
4 Room

189 €
SwiftFlats

Bright flat in Salamanca

Torres Villarroel

   
13 Jun 2017
1 Room

170 €
Erasmusu

Habitación a 10 minutos del campus

Calle Rodríguez Hernández, 31-33,

20 Nov 2017
1 Room

300 €
EasyRoommate

habitación a pie de del campus

Avenida de Filiberto Villalobos, 37007

25 Oct 2017
2 Room

3,030 €
Only-apartments

Salamanca (Apt. 460178)

Calle Traviesa, Salamanca

           
30 Jan 2018
2 Room
61 m2

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Moving to and Finding Apartments in Salamanca

Salamanca has a rich history and culture. Apart to other Spanish cities Salamanca is often underrated because of tourism. Being a central point for education in the 15th and 16th century the city has beautiful architecture and historical sites. The city is located inland from the coast while the Tormes river splits the city in two. The Province of Salamanca is very green and from the city there are lot’s of day trips available for outdoors fun. In the summer, you can often see people canoeing down the river or hiking around the city.

It doesn’t stop there. The Castilian cuisine in Salamanca is full of flavour and there is no excuse not to try. And what’s a plus, most bars in Salamanca still serve complimentary tapas! Enjoying a drink and an afternoon snack is popular in Salamanca.


Apartments in Salamanca by District

Apartments in Plaza Mayor

A popular point in Salamanca's city centre is the Plaza Mayor. It was constructed over 200 years ago and it was once ordered by Philip V of Spain to be used for Bullfighting. Salamanca was first conquered in 3 B.C and has seen both Roman and Moorish settlements.The combination of historical periods gives the Plaza Mayor unique characteristics and stunning architectural designs. For that reason the Old City in Salamanca is a World UNESCO Heritage site.

The open courtyard is home to bars, shops, cafes and restaurants all along the edge. It is the perfect place for people to meet or relax after a long day of work or school. Often used as a meeting point, as it is accessible from the popular high street’s Calle del Toro and Calle de Zamora.

The central market is also held in the Plaza’s courtyard and is divided over two floors. At Christmas, the square is filled with lights and festivity, especially for the university’s Atila celebration. Similarly on New Year’s eve the city meets at the Plaza Mayor for the countdown.

Apartments in San Bernardo

San Bernardo is a district located west of the center and hosts one of San Bernardo’s largest markets. Farmer’s markets are very popular with the locals in Salamanca and are usually open Monday-Saturday. The food sold here is typically very high quality. Often it is noticeable that the markets are more popular with older residents or restaurant buyers. Nonetheless the authentic, bustling vibe gives a burst of life and culture to any ‘regular’ supermarket shop.

During the 40’s and 50’s many brick-designed buildings were built in San Bernardo to host its increasing population. Since then the university’s ‘Campus Unamuno’, Trinitarios School, The Lucía de Medrano Institute and El Carmelo College have been built or completed. As a result San Bernardo is heavily populated by students and has taken the district in a new direction. An aftermath of new shops, bars and eateries have opened creating a fun, fresh and central neighbourhood to live in.

During the 40’s and 50’s many brick-designed buildings were built in San Bernardo to host its increasing population. Since then the university’s ‘Campus Unamuno’, Trinitarios School, The Lucía de Medrano Institute and El Carmelo College have been built or completed. As a result San Bernardo is heavily populated by students and has taken the district in a new direction. An aftermath of new shops, bars and eateries have opened creating a fun, fresh and central neighbourhood to live in.

For practicality this district has all you can ask for; supermarkets, clothes stalls, hair dressers, dentists and for you pet owners, there is even a veterinarian in San Bernado. In fact the university hospital is in San Bernado, being close to San Bernardo's Health Center in Salamanca is also great if you study medicine.

Flats in Garrido

Garrido is located in the northeastern part of Salamanca and is still commutable to the city center. Garrido is the largest populated district in Salamanca and is defined by either Garrido Norte (the larger side) or Garrido Sur. Some locals own cars in this district and lot’s of young people own scooters for transportation. As a self contained district, all amenities are found local: here you will find a department store, many supermarkets, doctors, schools for all ages, cafes/bars for young and old.

Student Accommodation in Salamanca

Student accommodation choices in Salamanca are either on-campus or sharing a student apartment or renting privately. All types will have their pro’s and cons.

A shared apartment is great to meet new people and is also very cost effective. A room in a shared apartment would cost between €250-400. Private apartments in the city cost up to €2,000 but some studio apartments can be as low as €650-800.

A student dormitory is a great way to immerse yourself into university life. The campuses for foreign students at Salamanca university are ‘‘Colegio Mayor Hernán Cortés’, ‘Colegio de Cuenca’, ‘San Vicente’ and ‘Atenea’. All four are in close proximity and there are options to have catering included.


Public Transportation in Salamanca

The public transportation in Salamanca consists of buses, a main railway station and taxis. The cost of the buses is cheap considering it stretches over 13 routes and costs only €1 for a single ride. However bus cards are used by locals which helps to reduce the daily rate. Longer buses to Madrid are frequent alongside airport connections from Barcelona or Valladolid.