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The Best Brunch Spots in Salamanca

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Updated: 11 April 2017
Boasting some of the world’s most dazzling historic sights and with an abundance of UNESCO World Heritage sites, there is hardly a place in Spain more charming than Salamanca. Located only a few hours away from Madrid, the city has recently seen a surge in culinary prowess, not least in its brunch scene. We have discovered the best breakfast spots in the city for you to try.
Universidad de Salamanca | © S. Hoya/Flickr
Universidad de Salamanca | © S. Hoya/Flickr
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Valor

If you are into chocolate, Valor will be your new favorite brunch spot. Often packed with a bustling crowd of locals, the scenic little cafe serves up some of the best churros con chocolate in the city, which are well worth the wait. The Valor chain can be found all over Spain and has made a name for itself for outstanding quality and delightful dishes. You can satisfy your sweet tooth with milkshakes, hot chocolates and strong, earthy coffees. If you haven’t tried Valor yet, make your way to the charming cafe and enjoy one of their sugary treats.

Valor, Calle Libreros, 14, 37008 Salamanca, Spain, +34 923 26 64 21

Churros con chocolate | © woo_is_me/Flickr
Churros con chocolate | © woo_is_me/Flickr</a>
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Café Corillo

Grab a seat on Café Corillo‘s outside terrace and dig into their sumptuous breakfast options. The authentic Spanish café opens its doors early in the morning to brunch lovers before turning into a lively jazz venue and bar as soon as the sun sets. The breakfast menu includes fresh juices, Arabic coffee and freshly baked goods. Often filled with a crowd of young students, Café Corillo provides a sociable atmosphere and is one of Salamanca’s most popular spots.

Café Corillo, Calle Meléndez, 18, 37002 Salamanca, Spain, +34 923 27 19 17

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Mandala

Why not mix with the local crowd and make your way to Mandala, a charming little café which offers some delicious breakfast options as well as authentic Spanish tapas. With its authentic Spanish interior and laid-back flair, Mandala continues to attract numerous people eager to get a taste of its select menu. Whether you are stopping by for a coffee and a quick bite or an extensive Sunday brunch, this quirky place will not leave you disappointed.

Mandala, Calle de Serranos, 9, 37008 Salamanca, Spain, +34 923 12 33 42

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El Alcaraván

El Alcaraván is exceedingly popular with the local university crowd, often exhibiting local artists and painters. The laid-back venue often offers musical entertainment in the evening while serving up some decent breakfast options in the morning. This Spanish café is nothing if not authentic with its constant stream of visitors and unpretentious decorations. If you are looking to connect with the locals or just enjoy your coffee in peace, away from the noise of the city, come to El Alcaraván to start your day right.

El Alcaraván, Calle de la Compañía, 12, 37002 Salamanca, Spain, +34 923 61 63 64

Blueberry Pancakes | © Martin/Flickr
Blueberry Pancakes | © Martin/Flickr
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Café Novelty

Café Novelty is the oldest café in Salamanca, dating back as far as 1905 and was the favored meeting place of numerous artists and politicians. With its prime location on the Plaza de Mayor visitors can watch the bustling crowds pass by while enjoying their morning coffee. The café serves a selected range of breakfast options such as the obligatory churros con chocolate, pancakes and freshly prepared eggs. Café Novelty is well worth the visit due to its quality dishes and magnificent ambiance.

Café Novelty, Plaza Mayor, 2, 37002 Salamanca, Spain, +34 923 21 99 90