Location

Santiago de Compostela Galician capital. World Heritage Site

This city’s charm has grown with time, becoming a clear example of coexistence between tradition and modernity. Its majestic cathedral is the city’s biggest treasure, a temple that welcomes thousands of pilgrims and visitors every year.

 Santiago de Compostela

A walk around its streets Living history around every corner

Its old town transmits its medieval cultural and spiritual meaning, reinforced by its great urban beauty and its different monuments. Walking around the old town will allow you to discover places that are stuck in time, secret streets, squares and buildings filled with history.

  •  A walk around its streets
  •  A walk around its streets
  •  A walk around its streets

Move around easily The whole city within your reach

Our hotel is located just a few yards away from the cathedral. Both the bus station and the railway station are just a few minutes away.

Bus

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Train

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Airport

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A city open to visitors Where tradition coexists with modernity

Being a pilgrimage centre, as well as the capital of Galicia, has made Santiago a meeting point of different cultures. It is a cosmopolitan and multicultural city where historical and modern buildings coexist together.

 The Ría de Arousa includes numerous islands like Arosa and La Toja, as well as wild beaches such as Corrubedo Natural Park, which has stunning natural dunes.

A place of pilgrimage par excellence

The cathedral awaits the pilgrims at the end of the Way of St. James. The visit to the tomb of St. James, which you access through the magnificent gate known as Pórtico de la Gloria, is one of the main reasons behind the pilgrimage to the city.

Spaces filled with culture

Santiago offers never-ending options to make the most of your stay: history and art museums, historical buildings of different architectonic styles, natural resources, etc.

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Do not miss…

During your stay in Santiago de Compostela you can visit interesting places such as the Pobo Galego Museum, located in the old convent of San Domingos de Bonaval; unique buildings like the Abastos Market or the Fonseca College, as well as walk around the spectacular park of Alameda.

  • Pobo Galego Museum

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  • Fonseca College

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    Walking

  • Abastos Market

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    Walking

  • Alameda Park

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