Siguiendo la antigua calzada romana “Vía Nova” podremos descubrir verdaderas joyas histórico-artísticas de los periodos más variados, como el poblado celta de Castromao, el antiguo campamento romano de Porto Quintela o la iglesia visigoda de Santa Comba de Bande. Celanova , cuna de escritores y literatos como Curros Enríquez, Celso Emilio Ferreiro o Méndez Ferrín;  y con el monasterio de San Salvador fundado por San Rosendo en el s. X .
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Santiago de Compostela is a UNESCO World Heritage Site as well as a pilgrim city and its historical center is full of dazzling monuments, most of them in a grand or monumental scale . This walking tour will lead you through an extraordinary ensemble of distinguished monuments grouped around the tomb of St James the Greater, including charming chapels, magnificent monasteries or splendid urban palaces. With its meandering medieval street plan and aging buildings there is the impression of timelessness in Santiago, each stone reflects the history of the city in perfect harmony. This magical city boasts a wealth of...
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Vigo, known as the “Gateway to the Atlantic” is the largest city  in northeastern Spain. Here you will follow a special sightseeing tour through the city´s highlights enjoying the best sights of its famous statuary such as “The Horses” or “Monument to work” located in elegant avenues as well as the facilities of Europe´s biggest fishing port and a spectacular coastline where the mussel farms are the protagonists. A photo-stop will be made in O Castro Mount, a vantage point from where it´s posible to admire stunning views of  Vigo Bay together with the Cíes Islands whose main beach, Rodas,  is...
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Lugo: Roman Wall (declared World Heritage by UNESCO) with 2000 metres perimeter. The Romanic Cathedral, Santa María Square (Bishop´s Palace), Campo Square (the old roman “foro”). Santo Domingo Church & San Francisco Monastery (Provincial Museum: Celtic gold work, local pottery, roman mosaic…). Council Palace. Monforte de Lemos: College of the Piarist Fathers (small collection of paintings: El Greco, Andrea del Sarto, etc) , The Medieval Fortress-The Homage Tower, The Count’s Palace  (built in the 16th century, the Counts of Lemos were one of the most important noble families of Spain), The Benedictine Monastery of San Vicente del Pino,…  
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From the Middle Ages, the name of Sacred Valley was given, due to the monasteries settled there, to the area which extends along the south side of the River Sil, from Castro Caldelas to Ourense. Romanic Monasteries: San Pedro de Rocas, San Estebo de Ribas de Sil, Montederramo…. The Casttle of Castro Caldelas.
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