They say Santiago is the biggest village in the world and, at the same time the smallest city on the planet.
This Galician capital combines the comforts of small locations and the advantages of large sophisticated cities. It can be crossed from one end to the other in a leisurely stroll and benefits from the amenities of large capitals.
Solitary and tranquil corners and, bustling streets of wine bars all share the same stage. The historic centre, declared as a world heritage site by UNESCO, is the jewel in the crown. Constructed stone by stone around its majestic cathedral. The discovery of the tomb of the apostle in the IX century transformed this sacred place forever.
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