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Follow us in this medieval adventure in Santiago with experts Tour Guides!
This private Santiago de Compostela Walking Guided Tour will give you the chance to walk and feel its history in every corner; Santiago de Compostela is considered along with Rome and Jerusalem as one of the capitals of Christianism due to the presence of the tomb of the Apostle Saint James the Great. I will describe you the fascinating stories of kings, archbishops and foreign cpeople who made of this a jewel of Spain. An exciting town with positive energy of just arrived pilgrims, tourists and students of its renaissance University, with its beautiful courtyard.
Enjoying a lunch or dinner Tapas experience in Santiago de Compostela.
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..stunning coastal views and stories of The Celts, Catholic Kings power and Columbus…
During this amazing 4. 30 hours Shore Excursion, in a comfortable transport, you will see all the most popular sights and experience the best parts of Vigo and southern Galicia; what we call ‘Rias Baixas‘. We will go from the ‘roaring 20’s look of the city centre – with its modernist buildings – towards the historical Castro Hill, an ancient fortress these days a park, with its great views over the Atlantic ocean. We will see the Cies Islands in the distance and the fishermen villages and holiday resorts such as Cangas and Bueu. The popular Bateas, platforms to produce mussels in a traditional way, will surprise for their looks over the sea. Heading south, we will pass near one of the longest beaches and certainly one of the most popular urban ones: Samil beach. No surprise to find in this area relics of a II century a.C. roman villa. They had good taste!
The magic of the Ribeira Sacra – only an hour’s drive from Santiago – is increasingly known. The landscape of vineyards created by the Romans and monasteries founded since the VI century that surround the Miño and Sil rivers are jewels of this land. The peace of the woods on one side and the vineyards of heroic cultivation on the other make the Sacred Ribeira a place to visit. A catamaran trip by river, a lunch from the vineyards of Mencia grapes and the discovery of pre Romanesque architectural jewels await you!