Hostal B&B en Santiago de Compostela – Hostal México

La Coruna: Santiago’s Great Neighbor

Although Santiago de Compostela may be the most famous city in Galicia, it certainly isn’t the only site worth visiting in the area. A Coruna, a neighbor of Santiago is equally as full of history and beauty. The best part is, it’s only a forty minute train or bus...

Casa Das Crechas: An Old Animal Stable Now Full of Party Animals

Casa Das Crechas: A nice Pub in Santiago de Compostela: Nestled in the heart of Old Town, not far from Hostal Mexico PR, Casa Das Crechas is a landmark of Galician culture in Santiago de Compostela. Local and international artists alike have played for enthusiastic crowds in the charming basement area...

Santiago de Compostela: A Perfect Balance

It is rare for a city to achieve the perfect balance of activity and relaxation. Yet, Santiago, with its beautiful architecture, lush green parks, and buzzing nightlife has managed to achieve just that. A typical morning may consist of waking up with a creamy café con leche and buttery croissant...

Santiago de Compostela, a lovely dream.

Living Santiago de Compostela El Camino de Santiago has become a more and more popular tourist destination in Spain. Years ago, the situation was quite different because Spain was normally visited for only our sun and beaches. But the beauty of the North of Spain cannot be denied and it is...

Galicia’s best beaches: Las Islas Cies and more…

The Best Beaches of North of Spain...near Santiago de Compostela Most people instinctively associate Spain's coastline with the Mediterranean – unaware of the stunning stretch of coastline where the Atlantic meets Galicia. Just north of Portugal, these beaches range from peaceful and deserted, to rugged and wild. With pristine sands, turquoise...

Legends of the St Jame’s Way

The most representative symbol of the Pilgrims is the shell (vieira). In the Codex Calixtino is called “Camino sign”, because it was given to the pilgrims that entered the city after finishing the Camino, a scroll was handed to confirm them as pilgrims and a shell was placed on...