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Salamanca Nightlife – Clubs, Bars & Nightlife Tips

Salamanca Nightlife

If you are visiting Salamanca, you may be interested in the nightlife. Salamanca has an amazing club and bar scene, featuring unique bars. If you have never been to this region before, you may be interested to learn a bit more about this scene. Here is some information you will want to know.

What to Expect

The club, bar and nightlife scene is a bit different in Salamanca than in other places. Many people eat a late dinner. They then sit and relax and enjoy a drink or two in the lounges or bars around the city. The fun does not typically start in this city until the early hours of the morning, typically around 1 a.m. to 2 a.m. This is typically when things are winding down in most other cities. If you are planning on visiting this city and want to experience the best features of nightlife, take a nap and get a late start.

What Places to Visit

There are many unique bars and clubs in the area and many of them are themed. There’s a Michael Jackson themed bar, a tiki bar, an itlian bar and club. Take your time to look around and find a bar or club with themes that appeal to you. Some of the best bars and clubs in the area include:

  • La Chupiteria
  • Camelot
  • Cum Laude
  • Chupiteria
  • Calle Van Dyck
  • Medievo
  • Trastevere

How to Stay Safe

Salamanca is a relatively safe area. However, common sense goes a long way when you are going to clubs or bars. Stay with a group of friends, minimize the amount of cash you carry and stay in well-lit areas.

Editor’s note: The information contained on this page was compiled using real traveler reviews about nightlife in Salamanca.

By Christine Sarkis

There's a 95 percent chance Senior Editor Christine Sarkis is thinking about travel right now. Follow her on Instagram @postcartography and Twitter @ChristineSarkis.

Christine Sarkis is an SATW-award-winning journalist and executive editor at SmarterTravel. Her stories have also appeared on USA Today, Conde Nast Traveler, Huffington Post, and Business Insider. Her advice has been featured in dozens of print and online publications including The New York Times, Conde Nast Traveler, and People magazine. She has also shared travel tips on television and radio shows including Good Morning America, Marketplace, and Here & Now. Her work has been published in the anthologies Spain from a Backpack and The Best Women's Travel Writing 2008. She is currently working on a travel memoir.

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