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All reviews narrow streets old town every corner great place to walk cafes and restaurants tapas small churches ancient city walk around historical center tortillas torte medieval times historic place world heritage site tuna few hours
My wife and I spent a day and a half exploring the maze of streets and visiting historic sites in the very walkable old town. Tons of bars, restaurants, shops, outdoor kiosks.Also lots of pilgrims and other tourists even in October!
We visited Santiago de Compostela in October while on a cruise. We stopped at Vigo and got on a bus to Santiago de Compostela. We only stayed there for a few hours, but I really wish we had more time. There is so much history...More
I was in Santiago in August 2017 at the end of my pilgrimage on the French way (900 km!) and I returned back last month with almost all the friends met on the Camino...it was a really involving experience!!! Seeing Santiago, the Casco historico and...More
We completed the Portuguese walk in Santiago and went to the noon mass at the cathedral. The next day we joined a long line of a tour that was going into the Cathedral to touch the statute of St. James. We got our credentials stamped...More
The city is stunning. On the one hand you see everyday life, contrasted by an ancient city. While walking, the different eras can easily be traced with countless historical buildings lurking behind the next corner.
If ever there was a case of somewhere that has become the victim of its own success, it’s here. For most of any day here, it’s impossible to enjoy the many historic sites and cultural treasures in the Old City district of Santiago because of...More
Unfortunately and ironically, greed was the crowning attribute in the beautiful, narrow streets, rich in history. It's a shame, really. The restaurants, stores and bars prey on the tourists. Visit it for the history and culture. Stay away from everything else.
Response from Mr_Alex_Jo | Reviewed this property |
Well it all depends of the amount of money you are ready to invest. About the hotel it is important that you like how the rooms look and the food, all locations are good because the city is rather small, maybe it is the best... More
Well it all depends of the amount of money you are ready to invest. About the hotel it is important that you like how the rooms look and the food, all locations are good because the city is rather small, maybe it is the best to pick a place close to Old town and Alameda park in the newer part of the city. That way you are close to the train station and the old city as well. About the food, traditional is the sea food and white vine, you should try the public market, you can buy whatever you like and there is a service that they cook it there for you, food is delicious and not expensive, also next to it, you have two pubs where when you order a beer you get as much free tortilla as you want. There are many restaurants in the old town to me they are quite the same and they are especially expensive during Camino so beware.
Hope that you will have a nice time there.