Tryp San Lazaro Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Avda Fernando de Casas Novoa S/N, San Lazaro, Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, 15703, Spain
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Arriving Soon

by nino224

I just bought my plane ticket to arrive in Santiago on the 30th of this month to begin my pilgrimage(English Route). From the airport, where do I take the bus to Ferrol? Also, what should I plan for when I get back 5 days later?

Re: Arriving Soon

by johnincornwall

It seems your route has been trodden before!!:

http://www.caminodesantiago.me/board/traveling-to-from-the-camino/topic1056.html

See if that is any use (or the rest of that board), or this about buses:

http://www.compostelavirtual.com/transportes/horarios-autobus-santiago-ferrol.html

Or this:

http://www.oestered.com/noemi/ferrol/ferrol1/servicios/auto.html

Re: Arriving Soon

by johnincornwall

Regarding the second part of your question it depends how long you have. Santiago is quite nice to potter about in for a day or so (obviously the cathedral etc), but if you have more time (and legs) get off to A Coruña, which has a great old town on the waterfront. There is the Torre de Hercules and a great military museum right next to the San Carlos Garden, which holds the grave of Sir John Moore, if you like your English/Spanish history! If not the scenery is great anyway. Cape Finisterre/Cabo Fisterra is worth a visit just to say you've been to the one-time end of the world. Lugo also is not far away - again another great old town surrounded by the best preserved Roman walls in Western Europe I believe.

Re: Arriving Soon

by sirgaw

There is a 4 part TV documentary "Europe in the Middle Ages" and was put out on DVD here in Australia by SBS. One of the sections dealt with a Monk who walked from Scotland to Santiago as penance for accidently destroying a book. He walked back with a new copy of the same tome - as you struggle through those 5 days, think about that Monk - LOL Amazing feet.

Re: Arriving Soon

by nino224

Thanks to you all for your assistance. I don't know what I'd do without virtual tourist!!

Travel Tips for Santiago de Compostela

Cathedral

by anniedow

enjoy the winding streets of the old town but make sure you don't queue for hours for the cathedral if you are carrying a backpack... they will not let you in. Sharing tapas with friends in Los Caracoles

The " Compostela "

by into-thin-air

Once you have reached Santiago de Compostela, as long as you can prove that you have walked enough miles you will be entitled to claim your " Compostela " This is a certificate issued by Santiago de Compostela Cathedral through the Pilgrims Office which is located at Rua de Vilar 1, Take along your Pilgrims Passport for the Proof needed that you have walked the required distance -- then you can maybe Relax for a little while !!!!!

Getting to Santiago by Bus

by Tami_G

Another option, and probably the cheapest, is the bus.
Connections with main towns in Galicia and national and international destinations.
ALSA: Alsa
Tel: 981 58 64 53. Madrid, Gijón, Bilbao, Irún, Portugal, Germany, Belgium, France and Switzerland.
SAIA: Tel: 981 57 45 37. Brussels, Liege, Aachen, Cologne, Dusseldorf, Bremen, Hamburg, Rotterdam, Amsterdam and Paris.
DAINCO: Tel: 981 58 61 33. Zamora, Salamanca, Cáceres, Sevilla, Cádiz and Algeciras.
Round trip to Madrid is € 58. It takes 9 hours!!

Burgos

by alectrevor

Rodrigo Diaz known as El Cid was born in Burgos in the 11th century, there is a statue to him in the city. The cathedral was founded in 1221, and work on it continued for 300 years , El Cid is buried in the cathedral. 5 photos of Burgos.

Essencial buildings in Old Town (part1)

by keltic

The old town is huge. Dont leave without having a look to the ones I recommend

1) SANTO DOMINGO DE BONAVAL BUILDING. Lovely church used for exhibitions, also contains the pantheon of notorious figures of Galicia, and the site of Museo do Povo Galego. Built in XI century

2) PORTA DO CAMINO The main entrance to the city for pilgrims from the middle ages

3) CRUCEIRO DE BONAVAL Huge cross at the same square, on the right, with prilgrims connections

4) SANTA MARIA DO CAMINO CHURCH Small and cosy XVII century

5) ANIMAS CHURCH Neoclassical XVII century. The most significant feature appart from the size and portal, is the inner viacrucis all in wood and huge wooden figures.

6) PAZO DE FONDEVILLA AND BAZAN HOUSE. Opposite the Animas church two lovely local palaces XVIII and XVI century

7) SAN BENITO CHURCH overlooking Cervantes Square, several centuries. Founded in X century, rebuilt in XII century and neoclassical addings in XVIII century.

8) SAN PAIO ENTREALTARES CONVENT Founded by Alfonso II. Actual site of Sacred Art Museum (entrace in the church)

9) CATHEDRAL Started in 1075, and different styles. Four fassades and many times(baroque 1750, romanic 1188, romanic 1103 and baroque-neoclassical 1765).

10) XELMIREZ PALACE Arzobishop Palace. Romanic from XII century

11) CATHOLIC KINGS HOTEL Old hospital founded in 1942. Plateresque fassade 1511.

12) RAXOI PALACE Site of the townhall and local goverment presidency office. Built in XVIII century

13) SAN XEROME COLLEGE It was a residence for students. Now site of the University Rectory.

14) FONSECA COLLEGE A palace in a delightfull square and romantic fountain. Former university building, lovely yard, and exhibition hall. It was built in 1532

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Address: Avda Fernando de Casas Novoa S/N, San Lazaro, Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, 15703, Spain