estado do tempo
Today is thursday 21 august, it is 22ºC and partly cloudy in Santiago

Tour Points

Founded: 17th century. Style: baroque. The Convent of Mercedarian Nuns, founded in the second half of the 17th century, is located beyond the...
How difficult it is to photograph its 7,700-metre surface area! Being surrounded by monumental buildings, it is not easy to get a complete...
The walk can begin in Rúa do Vilar, where we find the Casa Mora cake shop, founded in the early 20th century. Apart from artisanal...
 Plaza del Obradoiro is the monumental centre of Santiago de Compostela. Its Galician name seems to be derived from the workshops of the...
The Alameda park is the most important reference point as regards Santiago residents´ walks and leisure; it is a very pleasant area, a kind...
  Santiago de Compostela´s Romanesque Cathedral is the fourth building erected on the site of the Apostle James´ mausoleum. The...
An ambitious project was approved in 1929 to create students’ residences and other university facilities, which form the basis of the...
Founded: 14th c. Current style: baroque. The enclosed Convent of Belvís, founded in the early 14th century by Dominican friars from the...
We will reach Praza das Praterías and then the entrance to Rúa da Raíña, whose ground floors contain nothing but...
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....
Founded: 13th century. Current style: baroque. Located to the north of the city walls, Santiago de Compostela’s Convent of Santa Clara was...
  Plaza de la Inmaculada is bordered by the Monastery of San Martiño Pinario and the Cathedral´s Azabachería...
The Convent of San Lorenzo de Trasouto was founded at the beginning of the 12th century in a shady oak grove on the banks of the...
Although the monumental beauty tends to monopolise everyone’s eyes, Plaza del Obradoiro and its surroundings are the most emotionally...
Raíña converges with Rúa do Franco, its parallel both on the map and in its complete devotion to gastronomy. This tradition...
From the terrace of the Hostal dos Reis Católicos, between it and Raxoi Palace, you get a charming view of the rooftops and Rúa das...
`Quintana´ is the same as `praça´ and both words were used in the Middle Ages to define open spaces for public use. The...
From Rúa de San Lourenzo, crossing Ruela dos Gatos, we come to the banks of the River Sarela and the old tannery of the O...
Founded: 18th c. Style: Carmelite. Facing the impressive façade of the enclosed Convent of Santa Clara is the discrete and austere...
Crossing Praza do Toural, and continuing along its Cantón, we will come across the shopwindow of Ultramarinos Carro, a food shop that has...