Hotel Bonaval

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Bonaval, 2-4, Santiago de Compostela, 15703, Spain
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  • Families100
  • Couples94
  • Solo100
  • Business75

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From Burgos to Bayonne?

by sheehanphoto


I'll be hiking from St. Jean Pied de port to Burgos this summer (2010)
I have to make a flight back home from Paris on July 4th, so I need to
find a way from Burgos to Bayonne, and Bayonne to Paris.


Thanks in advance.


Re: From Burgos to Bayonne?

by xymmot

That's a toughy, I all ways had a car and the area is beautiful that time of year. Try to find a bus service around the larger cities or train. Aquatine is the city and they have a airport there to fly into Paris. Too bad you will miss the Tour du France. You can try hitchhiking, I still think it is safe in France

Re: From Burgos to Bayonne?

by xymmot

you know that a lot of people walk the path of St James, Bayonne to Burgos?

Re: From Burgos to Bayonne?

by xymmot

I use to hitch hike in USA, but now it's a different world out there. France is better and the people in Spain are not that bad. We had a car malfunction in the middle of the country and they helped us like the Calerivry was coming. They call their buddies and by past a circuit and started the car and took us to a gargage where they found out a fuse was tripped when we bottom out so the car wouldn't start. Then they exceptd no money for there troubles and we had a improptu soccer game in the parking lot..

Re: From Burgos to Bayonne?

by xymmot

no not bad, except my spelling sometimes

Travel Tips for Santiago de Compostela


by SirRichard

These balconies are typical not only here in Santiago, but in all northern Spain. As the weather here is rainy and grey often, these balconies let a lot of light come into the houses and let locals sit there on rainy days and see the beautiful landscapes.

2 nights in January

by suvanki

Travel light! I travelled on the Airport bus, which drops You off in Plaza Do Irman Gomez. I didn't have a map, and ended up taking a long diversion to my hotel!

A day sac for carrying camera etc. Comfy shoes - Theres a lot to see in Santiago De Compostela. Many of the streets are cobbled.
Wet Weather gear- This area is notorious for its rain. There are lots of Umbrella shops!!
It was quite sunny in the day, but I was pleased of my winter coat.
Sunglasses - the winter sun was quite bright. Bring essential prescribed medications with You.
There are plenty of pharmacies in Satiago de Compostela. Photographers paradise - so bring all you can carry. There are photographic shops - I was able to stock up with film, batteries etc easily. Phrase book - English isn't widely spoken.

Eating exotic fish

by jorgejuansanchez about Carpe Diem

Good restaurant in the historical part of Santiago. Their speciality is seafood and also the expensive (but not so delicious, as for my experience) lamprea, a parasite fish living in the rivers sucking the blood of bigger fishes, to which gets fixed, like a tick, but never gets to kill its preys. Lamprea

Convent of San Francisco de Valedios

by Shabu

Legend tells us that this convent was founded by Saint Franciscus of Assisi, after a revelation on his pilgrimship to Santiago, during 1213 to 1215. God told him he should buy land from the monks of Saint Martin's Monastery for the symbolic price of a basket of fish, and then build a monastery. Little is left of the original Gothic building. The monastery as we see it today was built in 17th and 18th centuries.

Catedral de Santiago (8/14): The Museum

by Redang

It houses some jewels:

- Main: Cross of Santiago (St. James)
- Third: Dream of St. Joseph (anonymus, XVIIIth century)
- Fourth: Christ cruxified (Juan Bautista Celma y Bernardino de Xorapán, 1.570)
- Fifth: Royal Pantheon

Note: The Botafumeiro can be seen in the Chapter Room (see Local Costumes tips).

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