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Convento de las Duenas

Plaza del Concillo de Trento, Salamanca, Spain
+34 923 21 54 42
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Plaza del Concillo de Trento, Salamanca, Spain
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Reviewed 28 March 2017

This was a lovely spot on the edge of heavy traffic. I had read that they have delicious pastry and was disappointed that even though the sign said to ring for ordering, they weren't selling any more for several days.

Thank michele15938
Reviewed 1 November 2016

Sadly access is limited to the cloisters of this convent, although there is also a small museum which can be visited. Lack of English leaflet or text made understanding some of the exhibits difficult. But the cloisters themselves were really atmospheric. Worth visiting just for...More

Thank Andrew S
Reviewed 16 September 2016

There is not a great deal to see at las Duenas but the cloister is lovely, full of roses and other flowers and the stone figures supporting the columns are interesting. The two small exhibitions are quite interesting. I felt that it was worth the...More

Thank IainCDBuckie
Reviewed 14 September 2016

Swing by this small cloister around the corner from St. Esteban. For 2 Euro you can see the inside and relax in the tranquility of the convent. The sisters there also sell "dulces" (cookies), a tradition among Spanish nuns.

Thank valdeac
Reviewed 28 August 2016 via mobile

During my past trips i had the chance to visit several other similar places, so i was not much impressed from this convent. I think that it is ok if you combine it with the foot tour around the rest of the local attractions.

Thank Johnmir13
Reviewed 16 July 2016

Great Almond cookies and beautiful cloisters. Very peaceful and wonderful place to visit. I loved it! We went here while the BF sat in a cafe. I got the better deal.

Thank Caroline H
Reviewed 6 July 2016

The artefacts and history about the Convent were on the first floor and interesting to see. We didn’t buy cakes from the nuns although we were sorely tempted! However the alternative offered fresh almonds were very tasty and enjoyed by us all.

1  Thank 24VVB
Reviewed 28 June 2016

If you are visiting the San Esteban Convent you should add this one to it. The Convento de la Dueñas is a beautiful convent that houses Dominican Nuns. The name of the convent comes from the wealthy family origin of the first nuns that came...More

2  Thank reeldoc
Reviewed 22 May 2016 via mobile

This beautiful convent is right in the centre beside the convent of St Esteban. It has a lovely peaceful cloister which has two storeys and an old Moorish door is on display. The centre of the cloister has a parterre type garden with lovely flowers....More

Thank Bernie S
Reviewed 19 May 2016

The Convento is a lovely place to visit. The two story cloister has 2 Stars in the Michelin Guide. We recommend.

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jlrcarmon
hasta que hora se puede visitar
10 May 2016|
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Response from Gomgon | Reviewed this property |
Pues como no lo recordaba muy bien he mirado en internet y pone que de lunes a sabado de diez y media a una menos cuarto y de cuatro y media a cinco y media. Los domingos cerrado. Nosotros fuimos a las cuatro y media, o algo... More
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