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Santiago de Compostela food tour with cathedral


Enjoy a tour that includes the cathedral of Santiago, a stroll in the old district of Santiago de Compostela, and a regional lunch with albariño wine. This is one of the best ways to discover Santiago de Compostela, enjoy its culture, and taste Galicia´s most famous dishes, all in one cultural and food tour of Santiago de Compostela. The city of Santiago de Compostela is Spain´s top pilgrim´s destination being the end of the famous Camino de Santiago


- Get to know Santiago de Compostela with a guide that will tell you about its history, top sights and anecdotes

- Enjoy Galicia most famous regional dishes at a restaurant selected by your guides

- Enjoy a tour of the old district in a itinerary that gets close to Santiago´s top attractions

- Visit a guided tour to the Cathedral of Santiago

- Some foodie surprises


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Santiago de Compostela is mainly known for being the end of the Camino de Santiago. But this city, despite its relatively small size, is also the capital of the region of Galicia and holds a top position in the ranking of University cities in Spain.

Santiago boasts many food markets and gastronomy festivals and at a short distance from the city, there is a full universe of food and wine producers. Pilgrims have traditionally arrived in Santiago with an empty stomach, and this is as a matter of fact not a bad idea after all. Galicia is well-known all across Spain for the quality of its seafood and white wines.

This tour includes a walk through the old district of Santiago de Compostela and it focuses on both culture and food. Galicia and its Celtic traditions include the drink of Queimada, a ritual to remove spells and bad spirits

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