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This old square was one of many you find in Santiago de Compostela and this one is had some degree of atmosphere with a number of bars and cafes around its perimeter and just adjacent to Plaza Fonseca with its small park and historic school....More
This is one of the more interesting of the many small plazas in Santiago, dedicated to the writer, Cervantes. There’s a monument to him in the middle of the plaza. There’s an interesting church on one side and then a series of historic buildings on...More
Plaza Cervantes located on Plaza Fonseca is a public square surrounded by small shops, cafes and restaurants. The narrow streets around the square will lead pilgrims to the final destination. The old street with traditional buildings on both sides is nice targets for photo-taking. It...More
As you sip your coffee at one of the cafes the pilgrims pass with eyes shining as they enter the last 100 meres of their long journey Look up at the lovely balconies of the surroounding buildings and the gold of the stonework. Search for...More
It's a super place to visit if you like architecture and history. The cathedral is absolutely awe inspiring, even if you're not religious. The little roads/shopping alleys in the centre are packed with little cafes and bars where you can get pulpo al la gallega...More