One more year, in the afternoon and evening of the 23rd, the 'Cacharelo Train' will circulate for free to encourage mobility for the neighbourhood of Santiago, tourists and visitors, who will be able to travel through the city's different bonfires.
17h.-1h. Circulation of the “Cacharelo” Train around different city neighbourhoods hosting San Xoán activities. Departures every hour on the hour from the CGAC (Galician Contemporary Art Centre) with stops at Avda. de Castelao, Avda. do Burgo das Nacións, Carballeira de San Lourenzo and Avda. de Xoán Carlos I.
Free activity, for all ages and subject to availability and capacity (60 seats approx.). Children and accompanying adults will be given priority from 5 to 8 pm.
STOPS AND CONNECTIONS WITH THE NEIGHBORHOODS' BONFIRES
Connection with the bonfires of Cidade Histórica, Almáciga and Barrio de San Pedro.
Avenida Castelao (Bus stop at the Itati bar)
Connection with the activities of Vite and Barrio de Vista Alegre.
Burgo das Nacións (Bus Stop in front of the Auditorium Lake)
Connection with Pelamios-Vista Alegre.
Carballeira San Lourenzo
Connection with the San Lourenzo-Carme de Abaixo-Río Sarela bonfires.
Avenida Xoán Carlos I (Bus Stop after the pedestrian crossing, passing the gas station)
Connection with the Ensanche.
Promote and organizes:
Concello de Santiago de Compostela, through Turismo de Santiago.