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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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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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 the four splendid squares that surrounds the Cathedral of Santiago. The Obradoiro Square with the spectacular baroque main façade of the cathedral, the massive City Hall (Raxoi Palace), the college building of the city´s university (San Xerome College) or the luxurious state run hotel Parador Reyes Catolicos ; Platerías Square where we´ll see the Chapterhouse from the 18th century, the Horses...
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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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The Pilgrims Way to Santiago was declared World Heritage by the UNESCO in 1993. Countless people have gone to Compostela in pilgrimage, since St. James tomb was discovered in the 9th century by Teodomiro (the Iria Flavia´s Bishop).
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Walking tour: Obradoiro Square (San Jerónimo College, Catholic´s Kings Hospital, Raxoi Palace, San Fructuoso Churc.). Inside Cathedral (Pilgrims rituals, Jubilee rituals, Porch of Glory, Botafumeiro (the biggest silver plated censer). Outside Catedral: Platerias Square (Treasure Façade & Cabildo’s Palace), Quintana Square (San Paio de Antealtares Convent, Casa de la Conga, Casa de la Parra, Royal Door & Holy Door), Azabachería Square (Corticela Chapel & San Martín Pinario Monastery). Walking tour through the “Rúas” (picturesque and narrow streets) admiring the “Pazos” (urban Manor House).  Optional: Santiago´s Cathedral Ticket 
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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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“Pazo” de Santa Cruz de Ribadulla The founding of this “Pazo” (manor house) dates back to the 16th century and nowadays stands out as one of the best botanical gardens in Europe, with its magnificent camellias, gardenias, rhododendrons, azaleas ,… Other highlights include the “Walk of Olives Trees” probably from the fifteenth century, impressive century-old magnolias, the avenue of ancient box trees, a watermill, a beautiful waterfall and a chapel. Closed on Sunday and Bank Holidays (morning) “Pazo” de Oca This National Historic Landmark, built in the 17th and 18th centuries, has a battlement tower ornamented with heraldic symbols, a...
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The name of Coast os death comes from the tragic fact that hundreds of ships have run aground in its stony shallows, to become buried by the waters. In this panoramic drive you will discover a hundred beaches over de Atlantic Ocean. Muros (little fishing village with picturesque & narrows streets, San Pedro Church in gothic style). Carnota (the biggest hórreo in Galicia: grainsstore). Cee & Corcubión (San Marcos Church). Finisterre Cape (the end of the world)
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  The Pilgrims Way to Santiago was declared World Heritage by the UNESCO in 1993. Countless people have gone to Compostela in pilgrimage, since St. James tomb was discovered in the 9th century by Teodomiro (the Iria Flavia´s Bishop).
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Ourense: Council Gardens, As Burgas (Thermal Springs at 70 degrees Centigrade). The Romanic Cathedral was building in the XII th. Century. (Porch of the Paradise, Holy Christ Chapel…). Episcopal Palace (Archaeological Museum). Santa Eufemia Baroque Church. Council Square (the “Espolón”).San Francisco Monastery & Stª. María Madre Church. Panoramic drive: a long the riverside, Roman Bridge, Millenium Bridge, “Ninphas” Promenade… Ribadavia, declared to be of Historical and Artistic Interest, which is part of the European Routes of Jewish Heritage called “the Paths of Sepharad”.
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During the tour we will admire the landscapes of the Miño Valley where fortified historic towns follow one after another: Tui, with its medieval alleyways, cobbled streets and impressive cathedral, Valença do Miño (Portugal) with a 17th century double set of walls and a long commercial tradition, and the town of A Guarda with the Castro de St. Tecla, and old Celtic Settlement, one of the most important in the whole Europe.
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