Casa Grande do Bachao

Camino de Santa Cristina, Santiago de Compostela, 15898, Spain
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Accomodations in SDC

by ilvia

Going to study in Santiago de Compostella for one month in July, but accomodations offered by school are a bit too expensive on my opinion.Would like to know, if there are any chances of finding accomodations at a reasonable price (appartment) on my own in July in SDC?

Re: Accomodations in SDC

by Ribeirasacra

July is peak holiday season here in Galicia, plus on the 25th July there is a big festival in the city. For those two reasons accommodation will be at a premium.
We doubt if you will be able to find accommodation through an inmobiliaria (a company that sells/rent property)
You can Google for some results to find them in SdC. They will charge a fee and you may not be able to secure anything unless you are there in person to sign the agreement.
However all accommodation in Galicia should be registered through the Xunta de Galicia (local government) here is the web site.
Or alternatively here is the web site for the city,
That may list some alternatives.
Both have contact email address and they both should find you something with no fee involved.

Ian and Irene

Re: Accomodations in SDC

by ilvia

Thanks. Just have heard its a student city, so there should be rooms which are rented in summer holidays. :)

Re: Accomodations in SDC

by Ribeirasacra

Yep, but we do not know if you can stay in the campus as a non student. But here is the link to the University's web site.
ian and irene

Travel Tips for Santiago de Compostela

Kissing and hugging the saint

by SirRichard

When pilgrims finally reach Santiago, the custom is to go to a certain column at the right of "Portico de la Gloria" , put the right hand on a mark at the column, kiss it and then go around, hug a stone that's there and you are done. There use to be a long queue for that purpose.

Lots to do around

by keltic

You have plenty of destination at an easy reach from the city. If you have a car don´t miss "Bandeira waterfalls", and "Oca gardens", besides go to Noya and the Castro de Baroña (direction to Porto do Son). Also interesting Finisterre (the end of the world) with its clifts and scenic landscapes, Monasterio de Sobrado, and further but ideal for day tours. Cities of Lugo, Orense, Pontevedra, Betanzos, Tuy (and Portugal). Islas Cies, Dunas de Corrubedo, Isla de la Toja, San Vicente (Pedras Negras) with its natural wooden walking paths along the seashore. And Lanzada beach.

Cathedral de Apostol

by freya_heaven

The frontage on the cathedral you see today was added in the 18th century. The oldest parts of the cathedral date back to the 10th century with many parts being added over the intervening years.

The Cathedral is the final point for people walking on the Camino De Santiago from France. Many people just walk part of the pilgrimage whilst some still do walk the full distance from St Jean Peid de Port, through the Pyreneese and across northen Spain to Santiago.

The Villages on the " Way "

by into-thin-air

Whilst walking the Camino de Santiago, What ever the reason it is that you have decided to walk the " Way " you will be helping the local economy. In fact some of the villages en-route that were either previously deserted or at least dying are now once more Booming Because of the money being spent by the Pilgrims on their way through !! So It's nice to be a part of this sort of tourism as all to many times we here about the damage being done through Tourism !!!!!!!

Catedral de Santiago (11/14): The Façades (1/4)

by Redang

The fachada cel Obradoiro (the western façade), (or Fachada de la Plaza del Obradoiro) was built in late baroque style (the Churrigueresque style) by Fernando Casas y Nóvoa between 1.738 and 1.750. The gable in the centre shows a statue of Santiago el Grande (St. James the Great), with his two disciples Athanasius and Theodomir, below, dressed as pilgrims.

This is the main façade and of course, the most famous, known all over the world.


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