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Santiago De Compostela
Location, Climate:
Santiago De Compostela is the capital of Galicia in Spain. The climate of Santiago de Compostela is cooler than other Spanish regions with warm summers and mild winters. Most tourists book discount hotels in Santiago De Compostela every summer season to escape the summer heat in other regions. Make discount hotel reservations online to get the best deals in hotels. The more room reservations you make, the more discount codes you will earn.

Where to Stay:
The perfect hotel for budget-conscious travelers is the Compostela Inn, which has easy access to public transportation and has its own swimming pool, restaurant and even allow pets in the hotel. Enjoy the comfort and convenience offered by Hostal Mexico Hotel. This 3-star hotel is located right in the city center and offers free Wi-Fi and bike storage. The Araguaney Gran Hotel is perfect for sophisticated business and leisure traveler because of its superb city center location and facilities including an outdoor pool, gym, sauna, restaurant and night club.

Brief History:
According to legendary tales, Santiago De Compostela was the site of St. James The Apostle's sepulcher. He was beheaded in Palestine in 44 A.D. and King Alfonso II ordered his men to build a monastery and temple for St. James The Apostle in this area. A city grew from the center of the temple which is now known as Santiago De Compostela.

Events, Landmarks, Activities:
Aside from the Feast of St. James in July, there is another huge event in Santiago De Compostela and that is the Ascension which is usually held in May or June. This week-long celebration features live concerts, street bands, fairs and the holy mass. The main attraction in the city is the Santiago De Compostela Cathedral which features the burial site of St. James the Apostle. The best place to start your sightseeing is the Old Town where you can find many historical and architectural sites such as the University of Santiago de Compostela, Plaza del Obradoiro, Rajoy Palace and Quintana dos Mortos. Many pilgrims go here to take the St. James Way pilgrimage route.

The city center is best explored on foot. If you are staying outside the Old Town, you can park your car or motorcycle outside since parking within the city center is quite difficult. There are also buses that travel frequently to the Old Town and the surrounding areas, but make sure to purchase the bono pass from the driver to get discount on bus rates.

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