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Customized Travel / City Break / Santiago de Compostela
Santiago de Compostela 3 days
130 euros
(Santiago de Compostela / Santiago de Compostela)
The city's Cathedral is the destination today, as it has been throughout history, of the important 9th century medieval pilgrimage route, the Way of St. James. In 1985 the city's Old Town was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The cathedral borders the main plaza of the old and well-preserved city. Legend has it that the remains of the apostle James were brought to Galicia for burial. In 813, according to medieval legend, the light of a bright star guided a shepherd who was watching his flock at night to the burial site in Santiago de Compostela. The shepherd quickly reported his discovery to the bishop of Iria, Bishop Teodomiro. The bishop declared that the remains were those of the apostle James and immediately notified King Alfonso II in Oviedo. To honor St. James, the cathedral was built on the spot where his remains were said to have been found. The legend, which included numerous miraculous events, enabled the Catholic faithful to not only maintain their stronghold in northern Spain during the Christian crusades against the Moors, but also led to the growth and development of the city. Across the square is the Pazo de Raxoi (Raxoi's Palace), the town hall and seat of the Galician Xunta, and on the right from the cathedral steps is the Hostal dos Reis Católicos, founded in 1492 by the Catholic Monarchs, Isabella of Castille and Ferdinand II of Aragon, as a pilgrim's hospice (now a parador). Santiago is the site of the University of Santiago de Compostela, established in the early 16th century. The main campus can be seen best from an alcove in the large municipal park in the centre of the city. Within the old town there are many narrow winding streets full of historic buildings. The new town all around it has less character though some of the older parts of the new town have some big apartments in them. Santiago de Compostela has a substantial nightlife. Divided between the new town (a zona nova in Galician, la zona nueva in Spanish or ensanche) and the old town (a zona vella in Galician or la zona vieja in Spanish, trade-branded as zona monumental), a mix of middle-aged residents and younger students running throughout the city until the early hours of the morning can often be found. Radiating from the center of the city, the historic cathedral is surrounded by paved granite streets, tucked away in the old town, and separated from the newer part of the city by the largest of many parks throughout the city, Parque da Alameda. Whether in the old town or the new town, party-goers will often find themselves following their tapas by dancing the night away.



Suggested Itinerary 
                                   
Day 1. Santiago de Compostela Arrival
Arrival in Santiago. Meet and greet at the airport with your private car and  driver (Optional) and transfer to hotel of choice. Overnight stay in  Santiago.

Day 2. Santiago de Compostela  
Breakfast. Morning, you will be met by a guide for a private City Walk Old Town of Santiago. Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight stay in Santiago.

Day 3. Santiago de Compostela Departure 
Breakfast. You will be met by your private car and  driver (Optional)  from transfer to the Santiago a airport. End of Services.

NIGHTS

CITY

CODE

ACCOMMODATION

2

SANTIAGO

«T»
«F»

«C»

Tourist Class

First Class

Charming

 

PRICES PER PERSON IN EUROS FROM 

Code

Triple Room

Double Room

Single Supplement

«T »

130

180

50

«F »

160

210

70

«C »

190

240

90



The Price Included

- Private Local Guide for half day city walk old town  Santiago
- 2 Nights hotel accommodation 
- Daily Breakfast
- Taxes

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SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA 3 DAYS

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City Walk Old Town SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA



The Tour Includes:
- English speaking local guide
- Walking Tour through the historical heard of Santiago
- Taxes

Santiago de Compostela is the jewel in Galicia's historic, cultural and medieval crown. Santiago is this Spanish region's most famous and illustrious city and it holds a vast medieval district with many monuments and buildings of not just Spanish, but international importance. It is quite rightly regarded as one of the world's great cities. The city of Santiago de Compostela has World Heritage status and receives hundreds of thousands of visitors every year. Many of these travellers have an interest in exploring and experiencing this historic town’s culture, its unique buildings and architecture, along with its many districts and quarters, all of which have an historic reference.Santiago's original settlement dates back to the ninth century, as does the beginnings of one of the most spectacular cathedrals in the world. The city is also the resting place of the apostle Saint James whose connection with both the cathedral and town has led to Santiago's significance as the third most important place in Christendom. The cathedral itself is the final destination for thousands of Christian pilgrims who walk the "Way of St. James (Camino de Santiago)" pilgrimage across Galicia in order to reach this impressive city and visit the tomb of the saint himself. The cathedral though is far from Santiago de Compostela's only outstanding architectural icon. The old town is full of dazzling examples of Gothic, Neo-classical, Romanesque and Baroque design and nearly all are on a grand or monumental scale.