The final stop on the pilgrimage trail Camino de Santiago, Santiago de Compostela receives over 300,000 pilgrims and thousands of travellers each year. The city has strong character, fine seafood and local wine.
In 1985, Santiago de Compostela’s old town was recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela was once the shrine of Saint James the Great and is a notable stop on the Catholic pilgrimage route, the Way of Saint James.
Aside from the cathedral, there are many other buildings, attractions and monuments to enjoy.
In the old town, narrow winding streets showcase the city’s character around every turn.
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