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About Santiago de Compostela
Santiago de Compostela is the most visited city in the Spanish autonomous region of Galicia, a city full of history and charm with a historical heritage of great importance. it is an essential destination for any traveller, especially those interested in the famous Camino de Santiago.
The city of Santiago de Compostela has a historic centre of extraordinary beauty, with the towering presence of the Cathedral of Santiago, the most famous construction in the city and one of the most important cathedrals in the country.
The Cathedral of Santiago is one of the most important pilgrimage sites across Europe, dating back to the Middle Ages, thanks to what is known as Camino de Santiago, a journey made by thousands of people every year. Santiago Cathedral dates from between the eleventh and thirteenth centuries and has elements of different architectural influences, embodying Romanesque, Baroque and some Gothic elements. Additionally the cathedral houses the remains of the Apostle, James. Also worth mentioning is the famous Pilgrim Mass, in which use is made of the Great Censer.
San Domingos de Bonaval and Alameda
These Santiago parks are worth a visit for their gardens and the attractions inside, such as the Galician People’s Museum, the convent of San Domingos de Bonaval and the magnificent views of the Cathedral of Santiago. as seen from Alameda park.
Pazo de Fonseca
Among the beautiful cloisters of Santiago de Compostela, you can see the Pazo de Fonseca, one of the most important sites, a must-see place dominated by the statue of Alfonso III of Fonseca.
Galicia has a fondness for gastronomic products and checking out the food market is one of the best ways to directly experience the range of fish, seafood, cheese, wine, fruit, and more.
Eating in Santiago de Compostela is a delightful experience at any of the numerous restaurants serving well-prepared local dishes. Examples of the most typical fayre are octopus, pie, sardines or peppers, accompanied by excellent local white wines of and finishing up with the typical dessert, Santiago Tart.
Santiago de Compostela can be a great base from which to explore other of the Galician highlights such as Fisterra, Costa da Morte and the Rias Baixas, all destinations of great interest and beauty.
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Plaza do Obradoiro 1, 15705 - Santiago de Compostela
Parador de Santiago - Hostal dos Reis Católicos Luxurious hotel located in a historic building in central Santiago. The rooms are traditionally decorated and the staff are very attentive and helpful.
Oblatas, s/n, 15703 - Santiago de Compostela
Hotel Palacio del Carmen, Autograph Collection is a hotel located in the heart of Santiago de Compostela. This hotel offers comfortable rooms at very competitive prices, so you can enjoy excellent accommodation at a great location.
Campillo de San Francisco, 3, 15705 - Santiago de Compostela
San Francisco Hotel Monumento is located in the heart of Santiago de Compostela within walking distance of most attractions. This hotel features leisure facilities such as a swimming pool and a Jacuzzi, together with modern rooms.
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