Coastal Panoramic tour to the north of La Coruña through As Mariñas, with beatufil beaches and green forest together A Coruña  Panoramic drive: Port & Maritime Promenade around the city, Riazor & Orzan Beaches, the Domus or House of Mandkind (work of the Japanese architect Arata Isozaki), San Antón Castle (old fortress). Tower of Hercules the oldest roman lighthouse in the world & declared World Heritage by UNESCO (s. II A.C.).The Sculpture Celtic Park, Millenim Obelisck… & Walking tour: María Pita Square (Council Palace), Romanic Churchs: Stª. María & Santiago. Saint Charles Gardens (General John Moore Tomb)…   Betanzos (Knight´s City)...
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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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A Coruña is one of Galicia´s largest cities that has grown up around a natural harbour along the Maritime Avenue from where the emblematic glass fronted buildings that give the town its nickname of “Crystal city” can be admired. This tour will give you the perfect opportunity to discover some of the best famous local landmarks in A Coruña, taking a sightseeing tour which includes passing by San Anton Castle originally built in the 16th century,  the Hercules Tower, the only working Roman lighthouse in the world (s. II A.C.)  & UNESCO World Heritage Site , the Domus or House of Mandkind (work 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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“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. “Pazo” de Oca This National Historic Landmark, built in the 17th and 18th centuries, has a battlement tower ornamented with heraldic symbols, a baroque chapel, impressive ponds and magnificent gardens...
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Panoramic Drive: Along its coastline the mild temperaturas predominating for most of the year and its territory is tus broken up into extensive treecovered and beaches. La Toja is a natural pine covered island transformed in an important & luxurious tourist complex. Cambados is the old fishing village:  San Benito Church & Fefiñanes Palace. Winegrowing is also important, Albariño surely being one of the finest white wines in the world.
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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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Panoramic drive: Baiona is a picturesque little village. Old narrow streets (Santa Marta Church & the Collegiate of Santa María Liberata. The old fortress of Monterreal-Conde de Gondomar. La Guardia (Celtic Village and views over River Miño Valley). Valença do Minho (an attractive border town –Portugal- still confined within the fortress walls).
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Walking & Panoramic tour: Obradoiro Square (San Jerónimo College, Catholic´s Kings Hospital, Raxoi Palace, San Fructuoso Churc.). 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: Inside Cathedral  & Museum .
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More than 200 years ago, the Romans introduced in this region the Wine Grape Growing. During the Medieval Ages it was a continued activity carried out by the different monastic orders that settled down in the confluence of the Miño and Sil.  It is for this reason that, at present, it is possible to find numerous churches and monasteries worth visiting. In this spectacular and rugged scenery, characterized by the narrowness of different rivers in deep canyons, has emerged one of the most important Wine Producing regions in Galicia, labelled with the Appellation of Origin (D.O.) “Ribeira Sacra”
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 A Coruña is one of Galicia´s largest cities that has grown up around a natural harbour along the Maritime Avenue from where the emblematic glass fronted buildings that give the town its nickname of “Crystal city” can be admired. This tour will give you the perfect opportunity to discover some of the best famous local landmarks in A Coruña, taking a sightseeing tour which includes passing by San Anton Castle originally built in the 16th century,  the Hercules Tower, the only working Roman lighthouse in the world (s. II A.C.)  & UNESCO World Heritage Site , the Domus or House of Mandkind (work of the...
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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). O Cebreiro (pilgrims hospital, Santa María Church, “Pallozas”: traditional houses constructed os stone and straw). Triacastela (Santiago´s Church). San Julián de Samos (Benedictine Monastery). Portomarín (the church fortess of Saint John). Palas de Rei, Melide, Arzúa and Santiago de Compostela.
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