Santiago de Compostela is the capital of Galicia, an autonomous region in the northwest of Spain. The city has about 100,000 inhabitants and is placed on the Unesco World Heritage List.
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A really unique place to stay in the historic heart of Santiago. Whilst the rooms are quite small (original from its time as a functioning monastery) the location and impressive building more than make up for it and my stay there was memorable. ... more
I only stayed for one night but was very pleased. The staff were really friendly, the bed was comfortable, the room was clean and the price was right. What more could anyone need from a hostal? ... more
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HELLO, I AM A RETIRED MAN WHO WHISHES TO TRAVEL THE "ROAD TO SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA" in Spain, next year. I would like to get all the information needed to do this dream trip. Everything from hostals, hotels, starting points, I believe it starts in France. Thank you.... Fernando de Saracho. ...
Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela - general Q, budget?
Hi everyone, I'm thinking of going on a pilgrimage. Kind of odd to write that. I would like to go from France (beginning route as yet undecided) to Santiago de Compostela in Spain. I'm just looking into it right now, so I only read a little about it so far. It would take a couple of months ...
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I am going to Santiago De Compostela in Spain for a few days on the 30th jan. Has anyone been there and have some ideas as to what are the best places to visit, drink beer, coffee etc. I know the weather ...
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Santiago was great. Galicia is beautiful and an entirely different shade of Spain. I hope to have the chance to return one day after having walked the Camino - the town was littered with pilgrims having just ...
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