What to see in Santiago de Compostela, Spain | Erasmusu.com

What to see in Santiago de Compostela

  • Parque da Alameda

    Santiago de Compostela is a big and old city, but it isn't made only of buildings. It also has a big beautiful and green park, called Parque da Alameda.  It is a great place to enjoy the outside, make a pic nic, go for a run and even to admire the city since there are...

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  • Hostal dos Reis Católicos

    Located on the most important square in town, Praza do Obradoiro, the Hostal dos Reis Católicos, also known as Parador de Santiago, used to be a catholic hospital to people injured in the path to Saint James tomb, as well as a place to receive the peregrins.  ...

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  • Praza do Obradoiro

    If you have already been to Spain you probably know spanish cities are all about Plazas, or squares in English. Most of them have a big one where the most important monuments in the city are - just like Plaza Mayor in Salamanca or Madrid.  In Santiago de Compostela,...

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  • Praza da Quintana

    Just behind the Cathedral of Salamanca you'll find Praza de la Quintana. Divided into Quintana de los Vivos (Alive's quintana) and Quintana de los Muertos (Dead's quintana), it's a square surrounded by catholics sites: the cathedral and San Paio Monastry.  From there...

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  • Catedral de Santiago

    Santiago de Compostela is the 3rd most visited place by catholics in the world. Over 250 thousand people from all over the world go to the city by foot following the many paths through Europe that lead there. They go there to ask for miracles, to perform their faith or...

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  • Universidade de Santiago de Compostela

    Santiago de Compostela is not a big city, but every year more than 250 thousands of people go there every year after walking hundreds of kilometers. It's the 3rd biggest catholic peregrination in the world. But you can also go to Santiago for tourism or studies.  Did...

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  • Menorca

    Menorca is such a beautiful island! The weather is perfect and the beaches are gorgeous. When you first arrive to Menorca you can stay at different parts, the two most popular are Mahon and Ciutadella de Menorca. You can either rent a car right away or take a bus from...

    0 by Lauren, 6 years ago

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