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Spain 's extensive business hours range, from Monday to Saturday, from 9.30 or 10 am to 8 or 9 pm, with a two- or three-hour lunch break,...
The speed limit is 120 km/hour on motorways, 100 km/h on main roads, 90 km/hour on local roads and 50 km/hour in built-up areas, except in places...
At the Post Office, located near the Cathedral, you can send letters, parcels, telegrams and money all over the world. Postage stamps are also...
In addition to traditional European holidays (New Year, Epiphany, Carnival, Holy Thursday and Good Friday, Christmas), there are also Spanish...
The city's bars and cafeterias serve breakfast from very early on, and serve “tapas” and aperitifs during the morning. Lunchtime...
There are two co-official languages in Galicia , Galician and Spanish. The names of streets and squares are in Galician, as are road signs. There...
The legal currency is the euro. Traveller's checks, dollars, pounds sterling and other currencies can be exchanged in all the banks or euros can...
Spain is a non-denominational country in which Catholicism is the main religion, although there are also important representations of communities...
If visitors have any health problems in Santiago , they can go to a doctor's surgery or to the accident and emergency ward . European Union...
Santiago de Compostela is a very safe city where you can walk about freely during the day and night. However, the following services are...