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Monuments - 8 results found, including:

Built overlooking the canyon of the River Tinto, Pazo de Faramello makes up a spectacular natural and architectural setting. Its origin lies with...
16th c.   This school was commissioned by Archbishop Alonso de Fonseca, converting the house where he was born and which belonged...
12th c. Romanesque.  This Bishop's Palace, attached to the north side of the Cathedral and facing Praza do Obradoiro, was commissioned...
9th c. Baroque   It was founded in the 11th century by Alfonso II with twelve Benedictine monks in order to look after and render...
17th c. Baroque   The Convent of San Francisco de Valdediós was founded by St. Francis of Assisi during his visit to Santiago de...

Museums - 3 results found, including:

The Treasury and Archives of the Jacobean Basilica began with the 'Discovery' of the Apostle's Tomb, in 'Arcis Marmóricis', in the old...
This museum recreates the student atmosphere of the famous boarding house run by 'Doña Generosa' in Santiago de Compostela at the end of...
The former Convent of Santo Domingo de Bonaval, situated on a hill outside the walls of the historical city, beside the road used by pilgrims to...

Parks and gardens - 3 results found, including:

Built overlooking the canyon of the River Tinto, the “Pazo de Faramello” forms a spectacular natural and architectural site. Ponds,...
This park was once a private garden, as shown by its sturdy outer wall, the statues guarding the way, its trees (palm trees, orange trees, apple...
This walkway is per se a world of its own, completely separate from the city; it runs through woodland and suggests excursion, adventure,...

Contemporary architecture - 2 results found, including:

Project: Centro sociocultural A Trisca. Architects: John Hejduk, Antonio Sanmartín, Elena Cánovas, Leonardo...
Project: Faculty of Media Studies Architects: Álvaro Siza Vieira Date:  1993-1999 Location: North...

Art galleries - 1 results found, including:

Conferences, recitals, exhibitions and other Galician cultural activities.

Exhibition halls - 1 results found, including:

Viewpoints - 3 results found, including:

Halfway up Monte Pedroso is Granxa do Xesto, a public green space that is half city park, half forest and features small artificial lakes and a...
Monte Pedroso, in the west, is the city´s most emblematic hill. Protected for years from construction so that no building can ever rival...
Belvís, a neighbourhood to the east of the old town, offers different viewpoints. From the top of the As Trompas hill, all you can see of...

Santiago in 1, 2 and 3 days - 3 results found, including:

DAY 1 MORNING The first thing to do is tour the old town’s streets and squares before entering the Cathedral. To help you out in this...
DAY 1 MORNING The first thing to do is tour the old town’s streets and squares before entering the Cathedral. To help you out in this...
MORNING The first thing to do is tour the old town’s streets and squares before entering the Cathedral. To help you out in this regard,...

Gastronomy - 1 results found, including:

  The Mercado de Abastos, (food market), old town streets and the Ensanche (urban expansion area) are full of gastronomic products for...

Compostela’s menu - 1 results found, including:

  Hake, turbot, grouper, sea bass, sole, read bream and monkfish are the Galician fish that you will find “swimming” in what is...

Shopping - 2 results found, including:

** Salgueiriños Market The traditional Salgueiriños Market has experienced a noticeable transformation in recent years. This...
The number of typical handcrafted objects is extremely varied: from 'botafumeiros' -censers-, to silver and jet -the city's magical stone-...

Shops - 1 results found, including:

Tienda situada en el interior de la Oficina de Información de Turismo de Santiago de Compostela que vende todo tipo de material...

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Routes on foot - 3 results found, including:

Enclosed convents. A tour around places of contemplation and silence. Santiago de Compostela features countless monumental riches, among...
Santiago is a city made for walking… And when walking, it is better to do so accompanied by the vegetation and fresh air of the parks...
Do you dream of taking home the best photos of Santiago? Buying postcards and books might by the most immediate solution. However, those who...

Tour Points - 12 results found, including:

The street Cardenal Payá takes us to Plaza de Mazarelos, which features the only existingarchway from the medieval walls. The...
Casa del Deán is followed, in Rúa do Vilar, by other Renaissance, baroque and neoclassical mansions, which reflect the...
Leaving the old town via Porta Faxeira, one of the old city gates, we come to the Alameda park. This generic name encompasses three different...
Going up to the Cathedral rooftops, at a height of 30 metres above Plaza del Obradoiro, gives you some of the best views of the squares...
Back in the almond-shaped old town, the Mercado de Abastos (food market), especially in the early morning, is alive with activity and provides...

Cultural Diary - 156 results found, including:

Este fin de semana llega a Compostela la segunda edición del Mercado da Estrela, que tendrá lugar en el Centro Galego de Arte...

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La segunda edición de la “quedada” vitivinícola Viñerón se celebrará en la Cidade da Cultura. Se...

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**ANULADOS TODOS LOS ACTOS DE LA FESTIVIDAD DEL APÓSTOL Y DEL CONCELLO EN SEÑAL DE DUELO POR LAS VÍCTIMAS DEL ACCIDENTE...

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El Festival de Música de Compostela y sus Caminos -Via Stellae- llenará de música en su octava edición diferentes...

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Coincidiendo con la Semana Santa, y durante dos jornadas, el claustro del Pazo de Fonseca acoge la exposición 'Camelia, flor de Galicia',...

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