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This stage is an easy stage and at the end you will get to the wonderful city of Salamanca where you will find loads of churches, convents, and religious buildings. It is a famous city beacause here is located the oldest university in Spain, founded in the 13 century.
You will leave San Pedro de Rozados through the Avenida Comuneros avenue that will lead you to another road. You will have to cross this road and then you will have to turn left to get to a path that will lead you to Morille, a village just before Salamanca. If you haven’t had breakfast you can have it here, in this village and also buy all the needed things for this stage. You will leave this village through a street called Calle Larga to get to another path similar to the other one, through huge fields and surrounded by cattle. You will leave this village through a street called Calle Larga to get to another path similar to the other one, through huge fields and surrounded by cattle After crossing the stream you will have to turn left. You will cross Aldeanueva and after three kilometres you will get to a crossing and here you will have to turn left. You will have to cross another small stream called Fuente de la Porra, then you will continue through the paths and rural paths to get to the dual carriageway. You will have to cross another small stream called Fuente de la Porra, You will have to cross it through an underpass and then you will get to a roundabout where you will have to continue straight forward. Cruzamos por uno de sus puentes y a partir de ahora deberemos prestar atención al suelo, donde las conchas jacobeas nos guiarán por la ciudad. Desde dicho puente continuamos por las calles Tentenecio, Expolio y, por último, la Arcediano, donde se encuentra el albergue municipal y donde damos por finalizada la etapa de hoy. Then you will also have to cross the train rails through an underpass and then get to the Tormes river that will welcome you at the entrance of Salamanca. You will have to cross another bridge to get to the city where the scallop shells in the ground will indicate you the way that you should follow. This is an amazing city.
What to see
You should visit the entire city of Salamanca because it is a wonderful city and it has lots of things to see and visit. You can stay here more than one night to visit the entire city. Para ello, Pilgrim te selecciona los mejores establecimientos hoteleros y restaurantes, ¡no dejes escapar esta oportunidad!
What to eat
- Chanfaina (typical stew)
- Typical roasted pig
- Cold meat
- Chochos de yema
Bear in mind
Conviene salir temprano de San Pedro de Rozados para poder disfrutar del máximo tiempo posible en Salamanca. De camino tan sólo podremos parar para aprovisionarnos o tomar algo en Morille, a unos cuatro kilómetros de distancia desde nuestra partida. Se trata de una etapa sencilla, sin demasiados desniveles y en donde iremos intercalando caminos rurales con pistas parcelarias. This stage is easy for everyone.What to see
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Albergue Casa la Calera
- C/ Arcediano, 14
- Salamanca (Salamanca)
- 652 921 185