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 Culture of the City Council of Compostela that opens the doors of treasures, usually closed, and designs guided tours for small groups so that its users keep in memory a unique cultural experience.
In this fourth edition we will visit a dozen spaces, six of which are absolute novelties. They will be unknown spaces of buildings such as the Minor Seminary, the Faculty of Geography and History, the Pazo de Vaamonde, the Tribune of the Cathedral, the church and cemetery of the Third Order and Zone C, the old City Hall of Compostela located in Cervantes Square.
This year, the Invisible Heritage Week will have a total of 50 guided visits, in which, in addition to the aforementioned spaces, there will be places that were particularly successful in previous editions or which have been discovered to have special features that make them worthy of being included in the programme again. This is the case of the Colegio de Fonseca, the Hostal de los Reis Católicos, the Fundación Laboral de la Construcción or the springs of Compostela.