- Soak up some Spanish culture at the Spanish Contemporary Sculpture exhibition

December 10, 2009 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel News can announce that Spain is renowned for its cultural attractions and this event at the Museo Esteban Vicente in Segovia is no exception.

The Spanish Contemporary Sculpture exhibition will be on display until February 21st 2010 and could be of interest to anyone staying in hotels in Salamanca.

Situated just 50 miles from Salamanca the city, Segovia, is the perfect option for a day trip for anyone staying in the area.

The exhibition at the Museo Esteban Vicente should keep culture-hungry tourists busy for some time, with works from 14 different artists on show.

Sculptors including Juan Navarro Baldeweg and Eva Lootz are among those whose artistic creations will be displayed to visitors who venture into the museum.

General admission costs just 3 (£2.70) so there's no excuse not to take in some of the spectacular artworks constructed from a range of materials.

Commenting on the Spanish Contemporary Sculpture exhibition, Jessica Reading, head of marketing for LateRooms, said: "We strongly urge people thinking of going to the Spanish Contemporary Sculpture exhibition and who need hoteles en Salamanca to book early to avoid disappointment."

Anyone who wants to take in some more historic cultural landmarks may be content to wander the streets of Salamanca, where picturesque squares and the historic university buildings are an architectural treat.