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Spain's original tourist destination, Santiago de Compostela has been attracting visitors along the pilgrim trail from France since the 9th century. They are drawn by the relics of St James in the majestic cathedral but this beautiful and unique city has plenty to offer every kind of traveller. Its atmospheric old quarter is a joy to wander, with no shortage of seafood restaurants, while the university ensures a lively cultural scene. Santiago de Compostela hotels range from distinctive historical buildings to comfortable modern options, with a wide variety of accommodation available to book on Our site allows visitors to identify their ideal choice of Santiago de Compostela places to stay and arrange their bookings in advance - view pictures of hotel rooms and exteriors and use our maps to find the places you most want to visit, and the hotel that fits in with your plans.

What's Santiago De Compostela Like?

The cathedral remains the hub of the old town in Santiago De Compostela and it's an impressive sight, especially when they swing the huge incense container, the botafumeiro, above the heads of the pilgrims. The stone-flagged streets of the centre have numerous impressive churches and medieval buildings to explore, notably the monastery of San Martin Pinario and the convent of San Francisco. Visitors interested in rural Galician culture should visit the Pobo Gallego museum on Rua de Valle Inclan with its social history, fishing industry and agriculture collections. Right opposite is the contemporary art museum with interesting and innovative Spanish and international exhibitions. The warren of streets in the old town hosts a variety of welcoming bars and restaurants, many specialising in seafood, the Galician signature dish of octopus and local albarino white wine. The market is a highlight, showcasing a vast range of fish alongside the fresh produce from the Galician countryside.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Santiago De Compostela

Santiago has been a tourist town for more than a millennium so language is rarely a problem, although trying a little Spanish will be appreciated, and saying good morning in Galician, bom dia, even more so. Don't be surprised at the traditional Galician habits of drinking their wine from ceramic dishes and eating their octopus from wooden plates. The expertise of is invaluable for visitors looking for Santiago De Compostela hotels. The certified reviews from previous guests on the site can be used in conjunction with the wide selection of photos and sample room layouts to identify the perfect choice of Santiago De Compostela accommodation for your stay in this memorable city.

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