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TOURIST TRAIN. Route of the Parks.

“Between two rivers, one of which is called Sar and the other Sarela, is the city of Compostela, the most blessed and exalted of the cities of Spain,” said the Codex Calixtino.

From the historic city to the outskirts, the new tourist train route brings us closer to some of Santiago’s most outstanding parks, university campuses and historic neighborhoods like Sar and Conxo. The stop system allows you to get off to visit important architectural works from Romanesque to contemporary times, such as the Colegiata de Sar and the City of Culture on Mount Gaiás, or embark on the route of the Brañas de Sar through a rural Santiago.

Tour Itinerary(*): Praza do Obradoiro (DEPARTURE), Avda. Xoán XXIII, Burgo das Nacións-Parque da Música en Compostela (STOP), Avda. de Castelao, Praza da Paz, San Caetano, Avda. Camiño Francés, Rúa de Roma-Parque de Carlomagno (STOP), Rúa de Londres, Rúa das Fontes de Sar, Rúa Diego Bernal-Multiusos / Cidade da Cultura (STOP), Rúa Ponte de Sar, Rúa de Sar-Colexiata (STOP), Rúa Curros Enríquez, Rúa Bernardo Barreiro, Rúa Clara Campoamor, Rúa Escultor Camilo Otero-Parque Eugenio Granell (STOP), Rúa de María Miramontes, Avda. de Ferrol, Avda. de Romero Donallo, Avda. Mestre Mateo, Rúa Jenaro de la Fuente, Estrada de San Lourenzo-Carballeira (STOP), Avda. das Burgas, Rúa Campiño da Ferradura, Rúa Pombal, Rúa San Clemente, Rúa da Trinidade, Rúa das Carretas, Costa de San Francisco, Praza do Obradoiro (FINAL STOP).

(*Subject to change)

 

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