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Today is friday 22 august, it is 20ºC and partly cloudy in Santiago

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We suggest a guided tour around the old town by means of a practical digital MP3 audio-guide, which is easy to use and enables you to customise your visit or repeat it as often as you wish.

We are well aware at Cool-Touring of the importance of doing something your own way and at your own pace, so we have designed these three MP3 guides which will help you get to know the town in your own time.

Galician 'Queimada' featuring the 'magic spell' live galician traditional music. 

Guided tour of Compostela's mysterious and magical sites with tasting of herb eau-de-vie and Santiago almond cake.

Santiago, as the capital of Galicia, exemplifies all the tradition and rich gastronomy of a cuisine admired for the quality of its sea and farm products.  

Now you can also discover Santiago’s main attractions at night, after normal tourist hours, with the added attraction of seeing the city lit up, entering the Hostal dos Reis Católicos’ silent cloisters and getting to know the...

We suggest a guided tour around the most significant university buildings within Santiago's old town.  

Declared “World Heritage” due to its impressive Historic City, the Cathedral is only the main symbol of a city that also features many other monuments and attractive streets and squares.

Siza, Eisenman, Kleihues, Hejduk, Portela, Nouvel... some of the world’s best architects have buildings in Santiago de Compostela.

We suggest a guided tour around Santiago de Compostela's most important monumental heritage.  

Santiago has an amazing total of 30 historic churches. They were erected down through the centuries by the Archbishopric or the city’s many religious orders. They also reflect the devotion of religous brotherhoods or wealthy Compostela...

A guided tour around sites of contemplation and silence.

Enter into their very own spaces and discover the charm of our artists and the ancient trading customs of Compostela: leather, traditional braiding, silverwork, jet stone...

The last historical manor crossed by The Way of St. James (Camino de Santiago) welcomes you forthe first time in three centuries of fascinating history. Crossing its ancient walls, you will start ajourney through time and senses in priviledged...