Discover Santiago de Compostela

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Santiago de Compostela was declared a World Heritage Site in 1985 for its monumental beauty and excellent conservation. The Galician capital combines the art and history of its streets with a wide range of cultural activities and excellent gastronomy.

Monumental area

The Praza do Obradoiro is a mandatory stop for all those who visit the city. Symbol of the city and dominated by the majestic cathedral, it is part of the final stage of the Camino de Santiago. Be sure to stroll through the narrow cobbled streets of the old quarter to discover all its nooks and crannies.


Galician cuisine is characterised by dishes featuring fish and seafood. Enjoy the typical flavours of the region, accompanied by wines from one of Galicia’s five Designations of Origin, and round off your meal with a slice of Tarta de Santiago.


Much of Galicia’s cultural life is concentrated in Santiago de Compostela, where theatre, music, street art and even small festivals and film screenings take place throughout the year in different parts of the city. Ask at the reception about the cultural activities taking place during your visit.