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Full-Day Private Tour: Historic Santiago de Compostela from Lisbon
"You will be personally collected from your hotel in Lisbon at 08:00 and depart immediately for Santiago de Compostela. Arrive at 13:00 to experience the famous Pilgrim Mass. This special mass is held each day to recognize the pilgrims who have traveled along the Way of St. James to arrive at Cathedral of Santiago de Comp dedicated to St James one of Jesus’ apostles and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.After immersing yourself in the history and architectural beauty of the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela you will journey to walled town Valença do Minho. Expect to see many fine historical buildings and renaissance architecture during your visit. Return to Lisbon later in the day."""
From EUR779.00
Private Tour: Santiago de Compostela and Viana do Castelo from Porto
"Enjoy a full day tour with a private driver and a private guide that will make everything to give you a great experience! We pick you up and drop off at your accommodation for your best comfort. You will star by visiting Santiago de Compostela the capital of Galicia and one of the most important pilgrimage destinations of the world. Here you will visit the historic center classified as a World Heritage Site and the famous Cathedral of Santiago. After that you have the precious time(1h/1:30h) for lunch and walk the streets of Santiago. After Santiago you will travel to Viana do Castelo where you'll see Santa Luzia Sanctuary and the historically rich city center."""
From EUR400.00
Full-Day Tour to Santiago de Compostela and Valença do Minho from Porto
"Start your tour around 8am where you will cross the border to Spain to explore the pilgrim city of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia.Santiago is the capital of the autonomous region. The city was born by the discover of the tomb of the Apostle Santiago people believe that in the city remains the tomb of Santiago and after that it began a pilgrimage that led to the world-famous “Caminho de Santiago” (St. James Way).In this magnificent visit to Santiago de Compostela you will have time to visit the gorgeous 11th century cathedral dedicated to the Apostle. Originally built in a Romanesque style
From EUR110.00

More Warnings and Dangers in Coruña

Mobile phone robbers!

Although La Coruña is a very safe place, please beware of mobile phone robbers, mainly Algerians, who operate in the city. There victims are maily woman who hang there hangbags on the back of the seat...
Oct 04, 2004

Don't walk on the cliffs

Even with good weather be careful with waves, they can throw you against the rocks or dragging you to the ocean.Almost every year someone dies for being irresponsible.
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Apr 04, 2006

You don't have to worry about it

A Coruña is a safe place. Have the normal precautions,like everywhere,but I found it a very safe place.
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Apr 13, 2003
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Eusebio Da Guarda

I have passed the school often over the years. It has a great many lively students and it is always noisy when they are coming and going from the school. Pablo Picasso studied there for some...
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"Coruna - the northwest bit of Spain"
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