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Vigo Secrets Walking Tour

Vigo Secrets Walking Tour - Vigo, Spain

Duration: 4 or 6 hrs
Location: Vigo, Spain

From USD
$30.82

On this walking tour that requires a minimum of 6 people to book, hear stories of warriors, sailors, colonists, and lost gold as you explore the historic streets of Vigo during this private 5-hour walking tour. With a local guide, discover some of Vigo's best-kept secrets like a 15th-century fort, and learn how the city's ancient Celtic influence still appears in Galicia today ... More info ›

On this walking tour that requires a minimum of 6 people to book, hear stories of warriors, sailors, colonists, and lost gold as you explore the historic streets of Vigo during this private 5-hour walking tour. With a local guide, discover some of Vigo's best-kept secrets like a 15th-century fort, and learn how the city's ancient Celtic influence still appears in Galicia today. Explore the O Berbés fish market, the Jewish Quarter, and the colorful Old Town, where you can sample some local specialties like fresh oysters, traditional tapas, or a glass of refreshing Albariño wine at your own expense.

Choose a morning or an afternoon departure when you book your minimum of 6 people your walking tour, then meet your guide at your centrally located Vigo hotel or at your cruise port to begin this private, 5-hour walking tour. Start off by strolling to the O Berbés fish market, where you'll learn about one of the most important economical activities in Vigo: fishing and seafood farming.

Don't miss a word your guide says by using your personal headset as you proceed uphill for a visit to a 15th-century fortress. Hear how it protected Vigo from ancient invaders as you take in the beautiful views of the city below you. Walk down the opposite side and discover Vigo's first settlement, created by the Celtics. Continue downhill to the historic city center. Wander through the narrow streets of the old city, pass by the old Jewish Quarter, and take in the sights on 'Rua Real' (Royal Street) before arriving at the La Piedra oyster market. Relax over a plate of shellfish or tapas, a fresh mug of local beer, or a chilled glass of local Albariño white wine at your own expense as you recharge your batteries. 

After the break, enjoy some free time exploring the city's 19th-century shopping district before returning to your original point of departure to conclude the tour.

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5-days Galicia wine tour

5-days Galicia wine tour - Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Duration: 5 days
Location: Santiago de Compostela, Spain

From USD
$1972.54

Discover Galicia region in this amazing tour. Explore exclusive Spanish wineries and enjoy fine wines tasting.

Sample itinerary

Day 1

Our bus picks us up at Santiago and we then travel to inland Galicia ... More info ›

Discover Galicia region in this amazing tour. Explore exclusive Spanish wineries and enjoy fine wines tasting.

Sample itinerary

Day 1

Our bus picks us up at Santiago and we then travel to inland Galicia. We travel north to the hilltop Parador in Monforte de Lemos at the heart of Ribeira Sacra. We dine together in the Parador.

Day 2 

10am departure for visit to Ramon Losada’s winery in Panton, from which we visit one of his vineyards by the Miño.

In the middle of the day we visit and lunch at Adega Algueira, a very high class winery near the Sil canyons, where Fernando Gonzalez makes a range of excellent reds and whites (from local varieties) that are highly rated by Parker. The landscapes are astonishing and we marvel at the way that man can overcome nature to make brave and noble wines both over lunch at Algueira and on a river cruise down the Sil in the afternoon that gives the best vantage point for the almost vertical vineyards. Dinner not included. 

Day 3 

Breakfast, then 9.30am departure for morning visits to the premier wineries in the premier sub region of the Rias Baixas - the Val do Salnes. This is the area that revolutionized Spanish white wines in the 80s and 90s and sets the standard for great delicate Albariños. Firstly we visit Pazo de Señorans, an old Galician country house that makes one of the very best (and best loved) Albariños and then we make our way to Cambados for a visit and tasting at the very elegant (wines and buildings of) Palacio de Fefiñanes. We then have lunch by the Atlantic at Maria Jose’s Cambados seafood restaurant.

After lunch we head south to the Parador at Pontevedra, which is in a 16th century Renaissance Palace and enjoy a light tapas dinner in the old town. 

Day 4      

Breakfast at the hotel, followed by a 10am departure for a visit to Marcial Dorado’s Quinta do Feital estate on the Portuguese sideof the border at Melgaco, followed by a visit to Pazo de Lusco on the Spanish side of the border. We return to Pontevedra for an evening Galician wine dinner in a Pontevedra wine bar.

Day 5 

Breakfast in the hotel, followed by the end of the tour (transfers not included but could be arranged).

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7-Day Camino Frances Walking Tour from Sarria to Santiago

7-Day Camino Frances Walking Tour from Sarria to Santiago - Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Duration: 7 days
Location: Santiago de Compostela, Spain

From USD
$690.39

This is the most popular section of the Camino de Santiago. On this self-guided tour, start your journey in Sarria and walk the last 62 miles (100 km) of the Camino to Santiago de Compostela ... More info ›

This is the most popular section of the Camino de Santiago. On this self-guided tour, start your journey in Sarria and walk the last 62 miles (100 km) of the Camino to Santiago de Compostela. You will meet pilgrims, taste local cuisine and experience the unique Camino culture along the way. Your time on the famous walking route will take you across the beautiful landscape of Northern Spain. Rustic hamlets, quaint villages and the rolling hills of Galicia are part of your walk each day. You will get your pilgrims passport stamped each day and have the chance to explore the historic city of Santiago on your last day.

Day 1: Sarria 
You will begin your walk in Sarria, the most popular starting point of the Camino. Everywhere you look there is evidence of the pilgrims journey before you. Visit the 7 pilgrims hospital, the Magdalena Monastery, and enjoy spending time in one of the many cafes before you start your walk.

Day 2: Sarria - Portomarin (Breakfast & Dinner)
Your first day walking takes you from Sarria to Portomarìn through peaceful villages. The way is marked with the renowned yellow arrows and scallop shells for you to follow. Stop off in the beautiful Romanesque church in the village of Barbadelo for a little rest.

Day 3: Portomarìn - Palas do Rei (Breakfast & Dinner)
Today you start out from Portomarìn, climbing steadily uphill to Serra de Ligonde. The rest of the way takes you through forest paths and farmland. Stop to visit the Romanesque church in Eirexe, with its portal featuring a sculpture of Daniel with animals, as well as Pilgrim Santiago.

Day 4: Palas do Rei - Arzua (Breakfast & Dinner)
The trail takes you through the charming town of Leboreiro before you reach the market town of Melide. Galicias traditional dish of octopus is served throughout Melide so this is a great time to try it out. You will follow a forest track, walking toward the town of Ribadiso where you pass by a beautifully restored 15th century hostel. Tonight you can explore the town of Arzùa.

Day 5: Arzùa - Amenal (Breakfast & Dinner)
Spend today crossing streams through pretty woods and medieval villages. Visit the Chapel of Santa Irene and the lovely hamlet of Rùa along the way. You will walk on country roads and forest tracks until you reach your destination at Amenal.

Day 6: Amenal - Santiago de Compostela (Breakfast)
Your final day of walking will take you by Lavacolla, where pilgrims used to wash themselves in the river in preparation for their arrival in Santiago de Compostela. Rows of tall eucalyptus trees line your journey to Monte do Gozo (‘Mount of Joy’), which is 1,207 feet tall (368 meters). From here, you will catch your first glimpse of the famous Cathedral of Santiago. When you arrive in the city, explore this UNESCO World Heritage Site’s architecture and delight in the wonderful atmosphere of this spiritual and cultural mecca.

Day 7: Santiago (Breakfast only)
This is the end of your tour. Explore the beautiful town of Santiago before you go home. Remember to get your pilgrims passport stamped to mark your achievement.

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Guided Tour Santiago de Compostela Cathedral and Museum

Guided Tour Santiago de Compostela Cathedral and Museum - Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Santiago de Compostela, Spain

From USD
$34.52

  • Visit iconic Santiago de Compostela Cathedral with a professional guide
  • Learn the story of the cathedral and its significance to pilgrims
  • Visit the Tomb of Santiago Mayor

One of the 3 most important centers for Catholic pilgrims in the Christian world is Santiago de Compostela Cathedral

Once inside the Cathedral, discover The Plateresque Cloister, is one of the most importants in Spain, in the same way of its annexes rooms such the Librery, the Chapter Room or the Treasury and Chapel of Relics. You don't miss "The Botafumeiro" ... More info ›

  • Visit iconic Santiago de Compostela Cathedral with a professional guide
  • Learn the story of the cathedral and its significance to pilgrims
  • Visit the Tomb of Santiago Mayor

One of the 3 most important centers for Catholic pilgrims in the Christian world is Santiago de Compostela Cathedral

Once inside the Cathedral, discover The Plateresque Cloister, is one of the most importants in Spain, in the same way of its annexes rooms such the Librery, the Chapter Room or the Treasury and Chapel of Relics. You don't miss "The Botafumeiro". This Galician word means "that lets out of smoke" and referene to the great thurible belonging to the Cathedral. 

If you wish, you can embrace the Apostle Santiago, who converted the temple into one of the main pilgrimage destinations in Europe during the Middle Ages, the well-known Camino de Santiago. You will visit the Tomb of Santiago Mayor and see the decorative chapels around the main altar. You will know what is behind the Cathedral and you will discover what it means for pilgrims.

In the Museum you can discover the Romanesque remains of Santiago de Compostela Cathedral, where permanent collections are complemented by temporary exhibitions.

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Gourmet Lunch Tour of Santiago

Gourmet Lunch Tour of Santiago - Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Santiago de Compostela, Spain

From USD
$104.79

Savour a three-course lunch over three hours with your knowledgeable and enthusiastic guide. Explore Santiago's historic quarter and discover its Celtic past around every corner ... More info ›

Savour a three-course lunch over three hours with your knowledgeable and enthusiastic guide. Explore Santiago's historic quarter and discover its Celtic past around every corner. Visit one restaurant for your starters, another for your main meal and finish up with a third for your dessert. Discover the cuisine, history and culture of Santiago while strolling through the picturesque center of this beautiful city.

Enjoy a leisurely Galician lunch with you friendly, expert guide. Uncover the secrets behind the famous Galician cuisine while strolling through the cobblestone streets surrounded by the sights and smells of centuries of foodie tradition. 

You will meet your guide at 12:30pm in the historic center and visit three restaurants. Head to the first restaurant for your starters including an iconic Galician seafood dish and hear the fascinating story behind it. Savour an authentic Galician pie which has become famous all over the world as well as some highly-prized relatives of the scallop! 

Pass by the majestic Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela on your way to the second restaurant which fuses traditional and modern Galician cuisine. Visit this hidden gem off the beaten tourist path for your main meal which could include succulent Galician beef, fresh fish from the coast or delicious seafood.

Plunge back into the heart of the historic center and enjoy a modern Spanish dessert in a quaint setting. Discover the stories behind the dishes, the restaurants and the city with your friendly, expert guide!

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Dinner Tapas Tour of Santiago

Dinner Tapas Tour of Santiago - Santiago de Compostela, Spain
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Santiago de Compostela, Spain

From USD
$92.46

Wonder through the 'Calle de Vinos' (wine streets) in the historic center of Santiago with your friendly, expert guide. Visit five authentic local tapas bars over three delectable hours and enjoy some true Galician tapas!  Discover the surprising link between the Galicians and the Irish at cultural stops along the way and uncover the centuries of history around every corner ... More info ›

Wonder through the 'Calle de Vinos' (wine streets) in the historic center of Santiago with your friendly, expert guide. Visit five authentic local tapas bars over three delectable hours and enjoy some true Galician tapas!  Discover the surprising link between the Galicians and the Irish at cultural stops along the way and uncover the centuries of history around every corner. Learn how to order and eat like a local! Hear the fascinating stories behind the dishes, the bars and the beautiful city of Santiago!

Get a real insight into Santiago's culture and tapas bars with your friendly, expert guide. Spend three hours learning all about the history and recipes behind the famous Galician tapas while savouring quite a few of them along the way. Discover how to order like the locals and what to eat if you want a really authentic Galician experience!

You will meet your guide at 7pm in the city centre. Head to the first tapas bar close to the grandiose Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela and try some distant relatives of Mexican peppers! At the second rustic tapas bar, enjoy traditional Galician octopus cooked to perfection, the region's famous mussels and learn the history of tapas!

Stop at a busy local pastry shop for the perfect Galician empanada while you discover the centuries of history behind this Galician foodie icon! At your fourth stop you'll dig deeper into the region's little known but fantastic wines paired with local cured meats and cheese. Enjoy something sweet to finish off your tour at the last tapas bar which fuses traditional ingredients with a modern twist. 

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