TRYP Santiago Hotel **** -   Santiago de Compostela

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C/ Restollal, 24
Santiago de Compostela 15702
Spain

Tel: (34) 981 534949Fax: (34) 981 524566

tryp.santiago@melia.com

COORDINATES:

N +42º 51' 53.53" / W -8º 32' 37.10"

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Destination information at the TRYP Santiago

WORLD HERITAGE SITE

Santiago de Compostela was declared a World Heritage Site in 1985 by UNESCO due to its urban beauty and its important landmarks which add to the profound echoes of its importance as a spiritual sanctuary and destination of the most important religious and cultural movement of the Middle Ages: the pilgrimage of the Way of St. James.

MAIN TOURIST ATTRACTIONS

MAIN TOURIST ATTRACTIONS

  • The cathedral and the Pórtico de la Gloria
  • Plaza del Obradoiro, the Quintana and O Toural
  • Abastos Market
  • La Alameda
  • Paseo de la Herradura
  • The Colexiata de Santa María
  • Casa do Deán / do Cabido / da Conga
  • San Paio de Antealtares monastery and church
  • Santa Clara Convent
  • Faculty of Geography and History

CAMINO DE SANTIAGO (THE WAY OF ST. JAMES)

CAMINO DE SANTIAGO (THE WAY OF ST. JAMES)

  • For over a thousand years, the Camino de Santiago has led pilgrims to the shrine of the apostle of Saint James
  • Legend has it that the remains were discovered in 813 on the sacred mount of Libredón and to honour St. James the cathedral was built on the spot where they were said to have been found
  • There are many routes and ways that lead to Santiago. Choose the one that best suits you

TYPICAL GASTRONOMY

TYPICAL GASTRONOMY

The pinchos and tapas are the most traditional:

  • Empanadas
  • Galician style octopus
  • Cold sliced lacon
  • Sliced roast ham with marinade
  • Raxo, marinated and sliced pork fillet
  • Tortilla, especially the Betanzos tortilla
  • Hot green peppers
  • Galician broth
  • Squid, baby squid and cuttlefish
  • Shellfish, crustaceans and bivalves

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