Price: 69 Euros per person!
The city has its origin in the shrine of Saint James the Great, which today is the city’s cathedral. It is a destination for the famous Catholic pilgrimage (Saint James Way) which was originated in the 9th century. In 1985 the Old Town of Santiago was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
We will start the day by driving through the scenic Galician countryside towards the town of Santiago de Compostela (which means “Field of Stars”). From the hills, we will see one of the largest suspended bridges in Europe (the Rand Bridge) which spans across the Vigo Ria, a site of numerous naval battles between Spain and England in the 18th century. When we reach the town of Santiago de Compostela we will begin a comprehensive guided walking tour of the old and well-preserved historic town. We will recommend a typical place for lunch and give you some time on your own to visit inside the Cathedral before we make our way back to the ship in time for departure.
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