GOOD FRIDAY (Friday, March 27, 2015): Procession of 'La Virgen de los Dolores'
Brotherhood of 'Nuestro Padre Jesús Nazareno y la Santísima Virgen de los Dolores'
Church of San Miguel dos Agros
Praza de San Miguel dos Agros – Rúa de Abril Ares – Rúa das Campás de San Xoán – Praza da Inmaculada – Catedral – Praza das Praterías – Rúa do Vilar – Praza do Toural – Rúa Nova – Rúa da Conga – Rúa do Preguntoiro – Praza de Cervantes – Rúa da Algalia de Arriba – Praza de San Miguel dos Agros – Iglesia de San Miguel dos Agros
Points of Interest...
Procession featuring parish cross, band music with bugles and drums and the Municipal Musica Band. Its members wear a black serge habit with purple moiré silk wristbands, sash and hood.
The image of 'La Virgen de los Dolores' is dressed with a velvet with a velvet cape made and... read more
Palm Sunday, March 29
Brotherhood of 'La Esperanza'
Time and place
Palm Sunday (Sunday, March 29). Church of Ánimas. 6 pm
Church of El Santo Cristo de las Misericordias - Ánimas
Praza das Ánimas - Rúa das Casas Reais – Praza de Cervantes – Rúa do Preguntoiro – Rúa da Caldeirería – Rúa de Tras de Salomé – Rúa Nova – Praza do Toural – Rúa das Orfas – Rúa da Caldeirería – Rúa do Preguntoiro – Praza de Cervantes – Rúa das Casas Reais – Praza das Ánimas.
Points of interest...
Children’s procession featuring guiding cross, band music with bugles and drums and black serge habit with red scapular, wristbands, sash and hood.
All those carrying the float are girls.
Year of foundation
Founded in 2005
The brotherhood was established in 2005 within the youth section of the... read more
Praza da Quintana: Palm Sunday
Blessing of the Palms liturgy
Cathedral: Stational Mass presided by the Archbishop
We are well aware at Cool-Touring of the importance of doing something your own way and at your own pace, so we have designed these three MP3 guides which will help you get to know the town in your own time.
They offer three fresh and modern perspectives on the town, with each one geared towards a particular theme. They complement one other yet function well independently. We wish to offer you an approach to tourism which allows you to focus on whatever interests you the most.
Without any pressure or hurry, our Audio-Guides will help you get to know Compostela at your own pace, with as many stops and breaks as you want to give yourself. Forget about inflexible itineraries and manage your own leisure time.
We wish to offer you these three perspectives on the town which allow you to focus on whatever interests you the most:
- Literary route: get to know the city that inspired Hemingway, Valle-Inclán and Rosalia de Castro. Enjoy the city’s most literary facets
- Wine and food tour of Compostela: a guide through the gastronomical secrets of the City. Taste the best recipes in town as you find out... read more