A CORUÑA & BETANZOS
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A CORUÑA & BETANZOS

At 9.30 a.m. we will depart from the Plaza de Galicia, in Santiago de Compostela.


After a journey of approximately 60 minutes, we will arrive in the city of La Coruña. We will start by visiting the Tower of Hercules, the oldest Roman lighthouse in the world and its surroundings.

Those who wish can go up to its viewpoint and enjoy the spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean.


Later we will start our walking tour of La Coruña, discovering the monuments and streets that surround the central Plaza de María Pita: the Church of San Jorge, the Church of Santiago, the Mirador and the Garden of San Carlos and the Riazor Beach between others. After having an approximate hour and a half of free time for lunch, we will head to Betanzos.

Betanzos is a city in the province of A Coruña also known as "Betanzos de los Caballeros" since this city was one of the seven provincial capitals of the old Kingdom of Galicia and its old town has been declared a Historic-Artistic Site.


Capital of Galician Gothic, Betanzos has one of the best preserved historical centers in Galicia.

In Betanzos the following monuments stand out: Gothic Church of Santa María del Azogue, Church of Santiago, Church of San Francisco, Church of Santa María del Azogue and many more.

Not only will they see monuments, but they will also have the opportunity to taste "The best tortilla in Spain" since in this town a contest is held every year, from which a winner comes out.

Thanks to this, this town has a high level in this regard, they will have enough time to taste a pincho of this much appreciated dish of Spanish gastronomy.


Finally we will head to Santiago de Compostela, in order to end our day in these two beautiful cities of Galicia.

 

Tarifas para el día 05/08/2021

rate PVP
ADULTO 50.00€

Praza de Galicia, Santiago de Compostela
Coordeadas para GPS: 42.87651860, -8.54454950

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 A CORUÑA & BETANZOS
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