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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”[1]. This small region, located on the western side of the Iberian Peninsula, will connect you...
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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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