With stunning monuments, a lively university crowd and a breathtaking Old Quarter, it's no surprise that Santiago de Compostela - capital of the autonomous community of Galicia - has been named not only a UNESCO World Heritage Site but also the European City of Culture in 2000.
Its jaw-dropping Romanesque cathedral with Baroque adornment, whose construction began back in the mid-11th century, has been a welcome sight for the thousands upon thousands of pilgrims over the centuries who have made the journey across Spain to visit the purported final resting place of Saint James. Concentrated around the cathedral is the labyrinth of winding streets, old stone buildings, pretty squares, convents that compose the Old Quarter. It's a compact part of town and almost exclusively pedestrianized, making Santiago both accessible and delightful to discover on your own feet.
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Spanish School in Santiago de Compostela
At the moment, Enforex does not have a Spanish school in Santiago. Take a look at the following page, however, and discover all of the wonderful cities throughout both Spain and Latin America where we currently have Spanish schools