Airas Nunes

2.5 out of 5 stars2.5 Stars

Rua do Vilar, 17, 15705 Santiago de Compostela, Spain
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Forum Posts

Basilica in Santiago de Compostela

by travlbee

What kind of souvenirs are found in this area? Are photography allowed inside the basilica( when there is no service going on)? Thank you.

Re: Basilica in Santiago de Compostela

by henrykkanada

Flash photography is allowed, except no flash in the tomb.

Re: Basilica in Santiago de Compostela

by nomad7890

There are many items pertinent to completing the pilgrimage, also Galician and Celtic motifs - but the best souvenir is the memory of watching a group finishing their pilgrimage and the positive energy in front of the basilica - not to overlook the sheer joy of having some pulpo with a glass of Ribadeo.


Re: Basilica in Santiago de Compostela

by Belsaita

apart from good memories, I would bring home some local delicacies (cheese, cakes, wine...) to share with friends wile looking at the pictures :))
Maybe some celtic inspired jewelry as well, or ceramics/wood items from the area. Most souvenirs related to the Camino are too tacky (but popular)

Re: Basilica in Santiago de Compostela

by Labrix

I was in Santiago last year and I remember that the bakeries offers in the streets something delicious called sweets of Santiago or Santiago cakes.

But my best gift are the photos that I took from the cathedral roof, there's a guided visit and I highly recommend it to you.

Re: Basilica in Santiago de Compostela

by jettman1

Thank you very much everyone.

Re: Basilica in Santiago de Compostela

by jettman1

Travlbee... so sorry, I had meant to type in the Barcelona forum... must've clicked wrongly...

Re: Basilica in Santiago de Compostela

by suvanki

Hi, There is a gift shop attached to the Basillica which sells guide books, post cards,dvds, cds, religious items, and stationary/toiletry items etc. I purchased some post cards and a guide book of SDC.In the Silversmiths square (Praza de Praterias) there are shops selling silver jewellery etc. Santiago de Compostela has many food shops selling the local delicacies of Santiago tart, cheeses and cold meats. There are also souvenir shops selling items which include the scallop shell, which is the symbol for the pilgrims. I also saw a few shops selling modern pottery. The airport shops stock typical souvenirs and local foodtuff also.
Happy Travelling,
Sue x

Travel Tips for Santiago de Compostela

Tourism Office

by micas_pt

When arriving at Santiago de Compostela visit the Tourism Office. As with many other destinations in Spain, Tourism is very helpful and will provide you with detailed information about location and major highlights of the town.

Address: Rúa do Vilar.
Opened from:
. Winter (1st October – 31st May): 10am to 3pm and 5pm to 8 pm
. Summer (1st June to 30th September): 9am to 9 pm

panoramic views from the public gardens

by angiebabe

Take a walk along the promenade of the Paseo da Ferradua at the end of the lovely street Rua do Franco, which heads away from the cathedral to the south west of the old part, to the lovely public gardens there for excellent views of the Santiago.

Lovely high trees provide cover while the spacious gardens give an excellent view and overall impression of the whole architectural ensemble.

Traditional Café

by keltic about Cafe Derby

In the middle of the old and new town, the Derby is an institution as an old café. Don´t worry that waiters are not really friendly, but its a part of the history of the city. Opened in 1929 still has the flavour of the twenties. Try meriendas (Spanish version of the High Tea). Snacks are not bad, and ice creams not disappointing.

Catedral de Santiago (4/14): The Naves

by Redang

The barrel-vaulted nave and the groin-vaulted aisles consist of eleven bays, while the wide transept consists of six bays. Every clustered pier is flanked by semi-columns, three of which carry the cross vaults of the side aisles and the truss of the arched vaults, while the fourth reaches to the spring of the vault.

The asiles consit of several chapels.

Note: Due to technical jargon, I had to copy several descriptions.

Calle de San Francisco

by Shabu

The street that takes you to the Monestary and Convent of San Francisco de Valedios. On the left you will find the School of Medicine and on the right are a few quaint little shops. One in particular sells the ever so popular and delicious Tetilla cheese.


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