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Leaving Preguntoiro Street towards Praza da Pescadería Vella and Praza de Santo Agostiño, we come to the area of the present-day...
We can finish our gastronomy tour by visiting Gelmírez Palace, inside the Archbishop’s Palace, to see its grand Synodal Hall: there...
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...
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...
The Sar neighbourhood is called after the river passing through it. The medieval village arose alongside the city's traditional...
The street Cardenal Payá takes us to Plaza de Mazarelos, which features the only existingarchway from the medieval walls. The...
The old Dominican Convent of San Domingos not only houses the Museo do Pobo Galego (ethnographic museum), but also an architectural marvel of all...
The centre of the square is not a bad place, the same as the arches of Raxoi Palace, to stand facing the Cathedral if you have a wide-angle lens....
`Quintana´ is the same as `praça´ and both words were used in the Middle Ages to define open spaces for public use. The...