Santiago de Compostela is one of the most emblematic cities of Spain. The capital of Galicia is one of the main nuclei of Christianity and house the tomb of the Apostle Santiago. Its cathedral is one of the artistic bastions of the country and one of the most visited by both tourists and pilgrims because here ends the Camino de Santiago.
In addition, Santiago is fortunate to have a fifteenth-century university and a great baroque heritage latent in buildings such as the Clock Tower, the facade of the Convent of Santa Clara or the houses of the Cabildo and the Dean.
Finally, the city has in its surroundings a great natural and ecological richness which makes this city as an ideal setting for a unique natural and ecological heritage that makes it the ideal place for a quiet trip.