Santiago de Compostela, whose historical center was declared a World Heritage Site, has been receiving visitors and pilgrims from all over the world for centuries. It is probably for that reason that nobody feels like a stranger in this incredibly welcoming and cosmopolitan city.
The Cathedral is the undisputed protagonist of its historic quarter, but Santiago de Compostela also offers an unrivalled monumental complex of invaluable historical and artistic value. Discover the unique charm of its squares, convents, temples, “pazos”, popular constructions and alleys.
Santiago is also one of the Spanish cities with the most green space. The Galician capital boasts around twenty parks and gardens, offering natural havens to relax and enjoy their beauty.
Because of its long university tradition, Santiago offers a great atmosphere and a lot of entertainment throughout the year, with an extensive cultural and leisure scene to the delight of both locals and visitors.