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Around 100 miles to the east of Alba de Tormes is where you will find the major city of Madrid.
Why not make the trip to Calvarrasa de Arriba to see Plaza Mayor? You'll locate Calvarrasa de Arriba 7 miles northwest of Alba de Tormes.
Drive 9 miles northwest from Alba de Tormes to Arapiles. Here, you can visit New Cathedral of Salamanca.
Feed your curiosity and educate yourself on the area's spiritual side with a visit to Basilica of Santa Teresa and Madres Carmelitas Descalzas and Museo Carmelitano Carmus.
As far as sporting events go, nothing equals being a part of a roaring crowd! Head over to Helmantico Stadium in Villares de la Reina, 14 miles to the northwest of Alba de Tormes. Remember to have a beer or two at one of the nearby watering holes after the game.
Want to experience Las Ursulas Convent and Museum and Monterrey Palace? They're in Santa Marta de Tormes, roughly 10 miles away from Alba de Tormes. Miranda de Azán is another interesting option. It's about 10 miles away, and is the location of Old Cathedral of Salamanca and University of Salamanca.
Salamanca, a regional hub, is another great place to visit. It's approximately 12 miles from Alba de Tormes and features a bunch of decent attractions, including Liceo Theatre, Taurino Museum and San Marcos Church. San Martin Church and Anaya Palace are also worth calling on.
What's the use of having a vacation without trying some delicious food? Salamanca is a superb place to satisfy your taste buds!
Unravel the secrets of this gastronomic scene by trying the local ingredients. Among the most prominent are pork and beef.
For a true taste of the region, order hornazo (meat pie) and cocido maragato (goat blood, chicken and pork stew).
Why not try a bite of some nicanors (pastries with icing sugar)? This delectable treat is ideal for sweet tooths.
In your preparations to head off on your trip, why not learn a selection of key lines in Spanish? ¡Cuánto tiempo! is the Spanish way of saying long time no see. You should also try pronouncing Bien gracias, ¿y tú? (fine thanks, and you?).
You'll have a great time at National Day, a nation-wide celebration which takes place on the 12th of October.
As your time here winds to a close, be sure to bid Salamanca a fond "Adiós".
If you're trying to locate Alba de Tormes' closest airport, it's 8 miles away.
You won't find an extensive range of places to stay in Alba de Tormes, so be sure to check out the latest listings on Expedia's lodging guide.
Situated in Alba de Tormes, this hotel is close to Madres Carmelitas Descalzas and Museo Carmelitano Carmus and Basilica of Santa Teresa. Regional attractions also include Víctimas del Terrorismo and Jesuitas Park.
Situated in Alba de Tormes, this romantic hotel is close to Basilica of Santa Teresa and Madres Carmelitas Descalzas and Museo Carmelitano Carmus. Regional attractions also include Plaza Mayor and San Esteban Convent.
This hotel is located in Salamanca (San Bernardo), close to Iglesia de las Carmelitas, Plaza Mayor and New Cathedral of Salamanca. Also nearby are San Esteban Convent and Art Nouveau and Art Deco Museum.
This hotel is located in Salamanca (Vistahermosa), close to Roman Bridge, Plaza Mayor and Art Nouveau and Art Deco Museum. Also nearby are New Cathedral of Salamanca and San Esteban Convent.