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Santiago's Entertainment Guide

Fiestas

20/05/2022 - 29/05/2022
CSC de Conxo
The banquet that brought together university students, workers and craftsmen around the same table on 2 March 1856 to demand equality and freedom, remains in the collective memory as one of the foundational events of the galeguismo.
21/05/2022 - 22/05/2022
One of the main novelties of this edition of the Conxo Banquet is the tourist train, which will be available to citizens and visitors for free transfers between the Alameda, in the city centre, and the Conxo district.

Guided visits

13/09/2021 - 17/09/2021
Compostela has in its streets, squares and buildings a historical and artistic legacy that few cities in the world can boast. However, not all of this centuries-old monumental heritage can be visited throughout the year. The Invisible Heritage Week is a cycle programmed by the Department of...
21/05/2022
12:30
Guiado pola divulgadora e educadora ambiental Susana Domínguez, esta ruta leva aos participantes a descubrir a riqueza natural que conserva o entorno do Bosque de Conxo.
21/05/2022
12:00 | Monasterio e Iglesia de Santa María de Conxo
Guiado pola divulgadora e educadora ambiental Susana Domínguez, esta ruta leva aos participantes a descubrir a riqueza natural que conserva o entorno do Bosque de Conxo.

Exhibitions

15/10/2021 - 22/01/2022
Colexio de Fonseca
28/04/2022 - 28/05/2022
Colexio de Fonseca
The University Historical Archive of Santiago, through the exhibition entitled "Crónica dunha custodia" (Chronicle of a custody), wants to show its own extensive history, so linked to that of the University from which emanates the rich documentary heritage it houses, manages and ...

Fiestas

13/02/2022 - 01/03/2022
Santiago de Compostela
Very close to Santiago: Boqueixón, A Estrada, Silleda, Touro, Vedra, Vila de Cruces
The “Xenerais da Ulla” is the most outstanding feature of the Ulla region’s traditional Carnival. It has been held in the surroundings of Santiago since the first half of the 19th century: the “Xenerais” (generals) ride on horseback, dressed in colourful...

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