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San Juan
What is San Juan Night? San Juan Night is an ancient midsummer celebration that takes place in the evening of the 23rd of June. It is also known as Saint John’s Eve. The evening of San Juan is one of the shortest nights of the year, and people come together around a bonfire to celebrate the beginning...
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glamping on the camino de santiago
Glamping on the Camino de Santiago: a new way to travel? Glamping, which comes from the combination of “glamour” and “camping” is a style of traveling that mixes traditional camping with the luxuries of hotel accommodations. It is an experience that allows you to feel the pleasure of being surrounded by nature without sacrificing any...
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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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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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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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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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Playa de la Lanzada Galiwonders
Let’s talk about the best beaches of Galicia region You may be surprised to know that Galicia is the second region of Spain with the largest number of Blue Flags; when we think about such recognition, we usually image Southern Spain or the Mediterranean, probably because we associate it to a warmer temperature. It is...
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Each year, on the 17th of May, in Galicia we celebrate the Galician Literature Day. It is a sort of homage to the Galician literature, language, and culture in general (that has so much to offer). Traditionally, each year is dedicated a to personality related to these fields, that has played an important role on...
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