Old town

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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...
Going through the San Roque neighbourhood, with its blocks of houses huddled together, you come to Costa Vella, which is very photogenic from the...
The bareness of Plaza de la Quintana acquires special value with the effect of the light on the stone. Midday enables you to photograph the...
If the old town is covered by mist, fantastic architectures will arise in front of our eyes, illuminated towers like ghostly ships and mysterious...
Going along Avenida de Xoán XXIII as far as its transport terminus, you have a picture featuring the contrast between the contemporary...
The Cathedral's south square, which is called after the silversmiths workshops occupying the arches underneath the cloister since the Middle...
Casa del Deán is followed, in Rúa do Vilar, by other Renaissance, baroque and neoclassical mansions, which reflect the...
Leaving Plaza del Obradoiro towards Rúa do Franco, we come across Colegio de Fonseca, which may be considered the first real building...
The “rúas” (streets) in the monumental district are rich examples of typical Galician architecture and “reward”...
From the end of the 18th c., the old town has been completely paved with Galician granite. Why should we always be looking up with so much beauty...