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ROYAL HOSPITAL, A
REFUGE FOR PILGRIMS AT THE END OF THE 15TH C.
of history, art and tradition, the dream of pilgrims and an emblem of Santiago,
the `Hostal Reyes Católicos`, located in the Plaza do Obradoiro, forms a
magnificent golden corner with the cathedral, imparting beauty on one of the
most visited regional capitals of the world. The `Hostal`, which originated as a
Royal Hospital in 1499 to give shelter to the numerous travellers making their
way to Santiago, today continues to invite the traveller to enjoy a universal
and fascinating city.
Considered to be the oldest hotel in the world, it is also
one of the most luxurious and beautiful. It has four cloisters of immense
beauty, elegant living rooms, spectacular bedrooms and a luxurious dining room
which offers fish and meat dishes cooked `a la gallega`, in addition to the
classical caramelized apple `filloas` (crepes) and cream.
HOW TO GET THERE:
The Parador is located in Santiago´sold quarter, in the Plaza do Obradoiro, where some of the most outstanding monuments of the city can also be found: the cathedral, the town hall and the Colegio de San Xerome. From A Coruña we reach Santiago along the main N-550 road, passing through Ordes, or along the A-9 motorway towards Pontevedra (65 km). Both roads take us to Noia, 34 km from Santiago, to Padrón, 22 km away and to Pontevedra, 59 km away.
SERVICES & FACILITIES INCLUDED:
One of the best spots to stay in Santiago is just a short walk to the Cathedral and is easily accessible. The hotel is housed in the Convent of San Francisco, which dates back to the year 1214 and is located in Santiago de Compostela’s historic city centre, only 150 metres from the Cathedral.
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On this special culinary and cooking tour of Spain, you will be based in Santiago de Compostela, the historic capital of Galicia on the Atlantic Northwestern coast of Spain. You will get the chance to learn in-depth about the gastronomy of Galicia by cooking side-by-side with an Expert Chef, in the Market of Santiago offering creative cooking in Galicia. The class will be based around traditional ingredients/products of the area.
Apart from the cooking lesson, we will explore the historic monuments and local food market of Santiago, in addition to its surroundings so we can admire the lush inland countryside. Then follow coastal Galicia. We will pass through small pilgrimage and fishing villages, visiting noble Pazos (manors) to see the popular architecture of this region. As well along the way we will make culinary visits to see how the clams are dug up, wine is drank, etc..and many other food-related aspects of this rich land.
This tour is a slow-paced food/wine experience to get a chance to stroll along the ports, seaside promenades and old streets while enjoying exclusive visits like to a winery making the highly-acclaimed Albarino white wines of the D.O. Rias Baixas. We will also dine in a few hand-picked restaurants with a mix of local flavours offering creative dishes based on fine local products, to traditional taverns right near the docks offering an abundance of fresh seafood (Spider Crab, Bay Prawns, Lobster, etc...) caught just that morning... delectable “finger-food”!
DAY 1: SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA
DAY 2: SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA
B, CL, DR
DAY 3:SANTIAGO - CAMBADOS (Salnes Valley Wine Country, D.O. Rias Baixas) - A LANZADA - COMBARRO - VIGO
B, LDAY 4:
SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA
BEND OF TOUR SERVICES
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Galician Cooking, Food and Wine Tour Short Break based in Santiago de Compostela
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