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From Santiago: Finisterre, Muxia & Costa da Morte Excursion

1. From Santiago: Finisterre, Muxia & Costa da Morte Excursion

After getting picked up from your hotel in Santiago de Compostela, begin your journey along the Galician coast. Your first stop will be at a traditional Galician village. Here, head to the top of a Roman bridge where you can admire breathtaking views of the river. Next, head to Muxia Lighthouse, where you can visit the famous sanctuary and head to the top of the lighthouse for a unique coastal experience. Continue your tour with a visit to the region's most important lighthouse, Finisterre. From atop of this picturesque lighthouse, admire panoramic views of what was considered by the Roman's to be the end of the earth. Break for lunch in the town of Finisterre before heading to the Ezaro Waterfall, the only waterfall that arrives directly into the ocean. Later, head to Carnota, where you can see the largest horréo, an old granary suspended by pillars, in existence. Finally, head to the village of Muros, a traditional coastal village. Enjoy some free time for a coffee or stroll around the main square before heading back to Santiago.

A Coruña: MEGA Beer Museum Tour with Beer and Cheese Tasting

2. A Coruña: MEGA Beer Museum Tour with Beer and Cheese Tasting

Visit the museum and active brewery Mundo Estrella Galicia (MEGA) for a guided tour. Stroll through 3,000 square meters of interactive exhibits. Learn to pour the perfect draft beer and sample a variety of beers and cheeses. Get a welcome pack and a free glass. Follow your guide through all 8 sections of the beer museum to discover the origins of beer and find out what raw materials are used to craft it. Uncover the secrets of the brewing and bottling process. Hear about how it is distributed and delve into the world of beer advertising. Learn how to pour the perfect draft beer. Finally, head over to the beer tasting area to try a flight of 5 beers that are expertly complimented with 5 cheeses.

Santiago de Compostela Private Guided Tour

3. Santiago de Compostela Private Guided Tour

Take in the major sights of Santiago de Compostela on a 2-hour guided walk. Visit the city’s best-known squares, the Cathedral, the City Hall and the Hostel of the Catholic Monarchs. Learn about the history of the Camino de Santiago and the legend of St. James. See the many symbols of the city, including the shell, the arrow and the azabache, all of which are important elements to understanding the secrets of Santiago. In addition, you’ll see the market, the university and Cervantes Square. The tour ends at the operator’s office, where you’ll be introduced to typical products from Galicia. Receive free maps, souvenirs and information about other activities.

A Coruña: Private Walking Tour with Local Guide

4. A Coruña: Private Walking Tour with Local Guide

After meeting at Maria Pita Square, this two-hour walking tour will take you to visit the most famous monuments of the city and to experience the local flavor of its neighborhoods. Visit Real Street, old town, local markets, and much more. On this guided walk, you'll see Saint Carlos Gardens (Giardini San Carlos), a lovely garden with a view down the hill to the harbor. Then, you'll visit Calle Real (Real Street), the main downtown street of the city, lined with shops and little restaurants. The most important part of the tour will be your visit to the streets of the old town and the local markets of Lugo Square. You'll discover who Maria Pita was, the link between Pablo Picasso and A Coruña, and the story behind the oldest lighthouse in the world, the Hercules Tower. Your local tour guide will keep it entertaining and enjoyable with commentary as you explore. Of course, your guide will give you the best advice about where to go to get the best food, do some shopping, or more places to explore in the beautiful city of A Coruña.

Granbazán Winery: Guided Tour and Wine Tasting

5. Granbazán Winery: Guided Tour and Wine Tasting

Explore the Granbazán Winery on a guided tour that includes a tasting of its fine wines paired with typical Galician foods and the opportunity to unwind as you stroll throughout the vineyard.  Discover the origins of viticulture in the Rias Baixas as your guide leads you around the complex. See the winery and vineyards and taste the wines accompanied by a traditional Galician aperitif. Enjoy a relaxing hike through the forest, past the rivers and mill routes, as well as numerous nearby points with great architectural and cultural value. Admire the beautiful landscapes that make this winery even more special.

A Coruña: 4-Hour Guided City Walking Tour with Food Tasting

6. A Coruña: 4-Hour Guided City Walking Tour with Food Tasting

Immerse yourself in Galician culture in A Coruña and enjoy a 2-hour guided walking tour through the city. Visit famous landmarks and sample traditional cuisine along the way. Start your walking adventure in the heart of the city and visit highlights like the Marina, the Méndez Núñez Gardens, and the María Pita Square. Make a turn and enter the San Carlos Gardens. Stop here to capture amazing photos at the viewpoint. Pass the Santiago church, the San Agustín Market, Riazor, and hear the history from your local guide. Next, prepare for some food tasting. Stop in a traditional Galician restaurant to enjoy the authentic flavors of the region. Continue to the incredible Tower of Hercules, the only working Roman lighthouse in the world. Explore the tower and admire the spectacular ocean views from inside. After the tour, feel free to ask your local guide for recommendations on restaurants and attractions in the city.

Santiago de Compostela: Hostal de los Reyes Católicos Tour

7. Santiago de Compostela: Hostal de los Reyes Católicos Tour

Meet your art historian guide outside the main entrance and discover the Parador of Santiago de Compostela, one of the most historic and important buildings in the city. Explore the building which now functions as the 5-star Hostal dos Reis Católicos hotel, but was built in 1499 by the Catholic monarchs to serve as a pilgrim's hospital and hostel. Discover the building’s most notable features including the royal halls, the four cloisters, four courtyards, the observatory, and the Royal Chapel. Admire one of the best-preserved examples of Spanish Plateresque architecture. Learn more about the stories associated with the pilgrimage of Santiago de Compostela. With the help of your expert guide, experience the history of the city in one of its most important buildings.

Vigo: Private Walking Tour with local guide

8. Vigo: Private Walking Tour with local guide

Meet your guide at the “El Sireno” statue at the Puerta del Sol square. Your guide will lead you through a scenic and informative walking tour of Vigo, showing you over 10 of the city's most beloved sights. Hear about Vigo’s fascinating role in Spanish, Roman, Viking, and French history. Learn about the many famous historical figures who have spent time in Vigo including Julio Verne, Isaac Newton, and Francis Drake.  Stroll through the “Casco Vello,” the historic district of Vigo. Take a walk down “la Calle del Príncipe,” Vigo’s best street for shopping. See the La Alameda park, which hides a stone zoo of animal sculptures. Walk by the gorgeous Neo-Baroque theater Teatro Garcia Barbón. Admire the La Farola de Urzaíz, a beautiful street lamp designed by Jenaro de la Fuente which is also an iconic meeting point in Vigo. Stop at Los Galeones de Rande, a monument to the dozens of ships sunk during the 1702 Battle of Rande. Your tour continues as you visit other famous sights of Vigo such as El Cruce de Los Bancos, El Teatro Fraga, El Marco, La Puerta del Sol, El Monumento a Los Galeones de Rande, El Olivo, La Plaza de la Constitución, and La Colegiata. Your tour ends with a visit to the statue of Jules Verne located at Vigo’s port.

La Coruña: Guided Tour at MEGA - Mundo Estrella Galicia

9. La Coruña: Guided Tour at MEGA - Mundo Estrella Galicia

Embark on an adventure and visit MEGA - Mundo Estrella Galicia, the First Beer Museum in Spain. Dive into the world of beer and enjoy a Beer Museum placed into an Active Brewery. Discover the way of brewing beers in our company since 1906. Explore more than 3.000 square meters of fun and interaction, always with the beer world as the main Experience. Receive a Welcome Experience Kit before starting the guided tour. This Welcome Experience Kit includes a backpack with hops and malts to be tasted, a tactile pointer, an Atlantic glass of Estrella Galicia, and a coaster for tasting. Be part of a master class after the 75-minute visit where you will learn about beer service. Choose between a pack of 5 small beers in 12 cl glasses or a draft extra beer, eat crisps as an appetizer.  At the end of this activity, enjoy some free time in the Official MEGA Store, where visitors may receive a Beer Museum Gift, which is a 1906 Black Coupage Dark Beer, and a Wooden MEGA Opener.

Santiago de Compostela: Walking Tour of the Old Town

10. Santiago de Compostela: Walking Tour of the Old Town

See the most important monuments and places in Santiago de Compostela with a local guide ensuring that you miss nothing. Discover the secrets of the traditional market, hidden squares and narrow streets on this exciting walking tour.  Stroll to the main squares surrounding the imposing Santiago de Compostela Cathedral. Listen as your guide tells you fascinating stories that will help you to understand the significance of what you see.  Enjoy the bustle of a traditional market, and let your guide show you hidden squares and narrow streets. Listen as your guide fills you in on the best places to have tapas, shellfish, and octopus before finishing the tour at Fonseca's Palace, beside the Obradoiro square.

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What people are saying about Galicia

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 11 reviews

Interesting and beautiful places, efficient pickup and comfortable bus, the guide tells about the attractions in several languages on the bus + you get a map with QR codes, enough time for viewing, photographing, lunch or coffee. I recommend.

Our guide Paulo was very accommodating. We had a lovely day. It was wonderful having a personal driver and guide. We went at our own pace and learned so much about the region.

Very nice tour that gave us some knowledge about the area around the cathedral. We planed the rest of our stay accordingly with the information received during the tour

Fantastic, knowledgeable and enthusiastic guide able to converse in English and Spanish. Tour visited all the highlights with enough free time.

Great trip! Well prepared and comprehensive. Efficient service and friendly staff. I can recommend this company.