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It is not easy to park near the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. Book and ensure your parking lot in the capital of Galicia and visit as you wish the old city, declared World Heritage Site and the end of the Way of St. James.
Every year it welcomes hundreds of thousands of pilgrims on its famous pilgrimage route. Santiago de Compostela is a spiritually rich place, but that's not all; the city also has a valuable artistic and cultural heritage. But the city also stands out for its gastronomic specialities, which you can sample if you plan to make a stop in this magnificent city.
Reaching the city by car is perhaps the most convenient solution, especially if you want to set your own travel schedule. Now it's even easier to get to Santiago de Compostela by car, because with Parkimeter you can search, compare and choose the ideal car park for your needs in the city. Parking near the station? If you plan to travel around the city during your stay, but want to take a break from driving, with Parkimeter you can drive to the station in the city of Santiago de Compostela, and by reserving your space in the Saba Compostela car park or the Santiago A-Rosa car park, you will not have to waste time looking for a parking space on the street where your car would be unattended, as all car parks associated with Parkimeter are supervised.
The city contains many gems, the first of which we recommend you visit is the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, considered the most beautiful building in the city. A harmonious blend of Baroque, Gothic, Neoclassical and Roman styles make up what is undoubtedly the most visited monument in the city. Once inside you will be fascinated by the canopy that has been installed, and continuing up to the roof of the cathedral, you can enjoy an incomparable view of the city.
The cathedral together with the Pazo de Raxoi town hall, the collexio de San Xerome and a former hospital converted into a luxury hotel are the buildings that surround the beautiful Plaza do Obradoiro. This gigantic square is characterised by the presence of excellent pastry shops, restaurants and bars where you can refresh yourself while observing the buildings and life that surrounds you.
Another remarkable place to visit in the city is the medieval Monastery of San Martin Pinario. The façade is the most striking part with Doric columns and religious figures carved in stone, such as Christ or Benedictine abbots. Currently the building has several uses, including a hotel, a residence for university students and a museum of sacred art where you can admire various paintings and sculptures.
Opened in the 19th century, the mercado de Abastos is one of the city's most famous places. Here you'll find over 300 food stalls selling typical local specialities, from sweets to cheeses, cold meats, fresh fish and meat. And as in all Spanish markets, you'll find places to stop and enjoy the food on offer in the market.
The typical dish of the city of Santiago de Compostela is undoubtedly the 'pulpo a la gallega'. This is a typical Galician dish that, as its name suggests, has octopus as its main ingredient. The octopus is first boiled and then sprinkled with sweet and spicy paprika, giving it its typical and unmistakable flavour. Usually served on a wooden board with potatoes or bread.
Santiago de Compostela is a city that will transport you, not only because of its spiritual atmosphere, but also because of the different attractions that characterise it. Food and the friendliness of the locals close the circle of a place that is just waiting to be visited by you.