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- Santiago de Compostela Cathedral
- University of Santiago de Compostela
- Obradoiro Square
- San Martino Pinario Monastery
- Congress and Exposition Center of Galicia
- El Corte Ingles Shopping Center
- Santiago de Compostela Tourism Office
- Santiago de Compostela Cathedral Museum
- Alameda Park
- Santo Domingo de Bonaval Park
- San Lazaro Stadium
- Multiusos Fontes do Sar
- Area Central Shopping Center
- Museum of the Galician People
- Museum of Pilgrimages of Santiago
- Pazo de Fonseca
- Fundacion Eugenio Granell
- Library and Archive of Galicia
- Mercado de Abastos de Santiago
- Square of the Immaculate
Enjoy Santiago de Compostela on a Budget
Santiago de Compostela is a wonderful blend of old and new, with a deep religious past, and a thriving nightlife for you to enjoy. There is something for everyone in this Spanish haven. But wherever you travel, you don’t want to be forking out an arm and a leg for it, and when you book with Hotels.com, you don’t have to. Discover this exciting, beautiful, and immensely historic city by checking out the wide selection of cheap hotels in Santiago de Compostela offered on our website. All these great Galician accommodations are handpicked by Hotels.com for quality and price, so you can sure that when you book with us, the experts in travel, you’re getting the best deal possible. Just log on to our website, find the place you want to stay, and reserve your room quickly and easily. At Hotels.com, we value your peace of mind, and that’s why we include photos, reviews, and all the information you could possibly need in every hotel listing. What are you waiting for? Book today with Hotels.com!
A view of Santiago de Compostela
The most famous part of Santiago de Compostela is the shrine of Saint James The Great, which is now the city’s cathedral, and a must-see destination. It is reputed that James, one of Jesus’ disciples, is buried in here, and there is 1000 year history of Catholic pilgrimages to this incredible sight. We think you’ll be enchanted by this Romanesque work of art, so put it on your list! The cathedral also has a reasonably priced museum, but history is not the only reason to book one of the many cheap hotels in Santiago de Compostela – we recommend checking out the Old District. Here, during the day, you can buy authentic souvenirs, such as the typical jewellery from the region, or modernist ceramics. And at night, in this district, you can try Galician speciality, “Pulpo”, a delicious octopus dish, before enjoying a relaxing beer on the terrace of one of the many charming local bars, like El Retablo or Avante. This is a city for good food, good people, and good times.
How to stay on a budget when Traveling to Santiago de Compostela
Holidays are for letting go, and enjoying yourself, but that doesn’t have to mean splurging and spending loads of money. Staying in cheap hotels in Santiago de Compostela will ensure you have a fantastic and unforgettable holiday, whilst spending relatively little money. At Hotels.com, we pride ourselves on being able to give you the inside scoop on how to make the most of it. This city is small enough to walk most places you desire to visit, but there is a cheap and reliable bus service, too. We recommend buying a bono bus pass for your budget stay in Santiago de Compostela, since this makes each journey even cheaper. After a few drinks and a big meal at night, you might not want to walk back to your hotel, and that’s fine, because the taxis are not expensive, and the drivers tend to be very friendly. There are cheaper restaurants and more expensive ones, so check the menu outside, before you go in, to avoid an unpleasant bill! For a very budget friendly drink, try Bar Orense, which serves the popular coffee liqueur as well as wine.
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