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What to do in Santiago de Compostela Galiwonders
What to do in Santiago de Compostela (II)  Today we are bringing you the second post about what to do in Santiago de Compostela, the most popular city of Galicia region. Just like Jerusalem or Rome, Santiago stands out as a Christian Pilgrimage destination; this is where the remains of the Saint James the Apostle...
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Ciudades de Galicia
The 5 must-see towns in Galicia Galicia is quite a popular region because of its green landscapes, that catch the eyes of all those travelers that come to visit it every year. Also, it is the final part of all the Camino de Santiago routes, leading to the beautiful town of Santiago de Compostela. Its...
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que hacer en vigo
There are many thing to do in Vigo, the largest city in Galicia and one of the main stops of the Portuguese Coastal Way Vigo is one of the main cities in Northern Spain, located in the province of Pontevedra (Galicia), very close to the Portuguese boarder. Although industry is the main engine of economic growth,...
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City tourism is becoming a popular alternative in Galicia. Today we are bringing our top 5 things to do in A Coruña. A Coruña is the second most populated city in Galicia, with more than 200.000 inhabitants (the ranking is lead by Vigo, with 300.000), and it is becoming a really popular spot to visit....
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leyenda del peregrino fantasma
Did you know that, besides the Cathedral, the Obradoiro Square or the “Two Marias”, there are many other things to do in Santiago de Compostela? We are always surprised to know about the perception that many tourists and pilgrims have about Santiago de Compostela: that is a very tiny town, that there is not a...
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Galicia is one of the most popular regions in Spain because of its gastronomy. There is a wide range of specialties and at the moment there are 13 restaurants awarded with a Michelin star.  #GaliwondersRecommmends Yayo Daporta, As Garzas, A Culler de Pau¦ are just some examples of how important Galician cuisine is, also at an...
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Have you ever thought it was possible to discover many different sides of Galicia, by train? From the Rí­as Baixas to the lighthouse way, there’s so much to see! The Spanish National Railways (RENFE) have designed 9 different proposals that include transport by train (and supplementary buses to take all passengers to the most interesting...
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Who hasn’t ever lied down the ground, or the sand of the beach, during summer nights to contemplate the stars? And every year, here in Galicia, during some specific nights in July or August, it is possible to enjoy the view of what we know as “Saint Laurent Tears”, or Perseides. That is a rain...
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Santiago is, undoubtedly, the most visited city of Galicia, and the place where many tourist stay during their holidays. Moreover, because of its geographical location in the region, it is the perfect departure point for a day tour, to discover other places of Galicia. Finisterre is, by far, the most popular day tour. Its lighthouse...
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Ana is an incurable traveler, she has visited Galicia many times and today she wants to share this story with our readers. Thanks Ana, always happy to know a bit more about our meigas! Galicia is magic; in Galicia there are “meigas”. This small region, located on the western side of the Iberian Peninsula, will connect...
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