One of the most sacred Christian monuments in Spain is the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela and definitely a sight to see, the cathedral has many different architectural styles like Gothic, Plateresque, & Neoclassical.
And from the East Side you will find the Plaza del Obradoiro, a large square. Around the square you will be surrounded by 3 other historic landmarks, the Hostel de los Reyes Católicos, Santiago City Hall and the 17th Century Colegio de San Jerónimo all with rich history and a beautiful sight.
Alameda Park is the most popular park around, with its botanical gardens and Monument to As Marías which is a sculpture of Two sisters who once used to walk the park, among many other monuments.
One of the finest examples of Baroque architecture to see is the Casa do Cabildo, an aristocratic house built in 1758.
You will find Restaurants and Bars dotted around the area, with lots of delicious dishes to try – one of the most popular dishes of Spain which originates from the region of Galicia is the ´Pulpo a la Feira´ or also known as ´Pulpo a la Gallega´ in Spain.
Santiago de Compostela Airport is an international airport, you can either get a taxi or Bus to Santiago and it roughly takes around 20 minutes.
You can get around Santiago de Compostela many ways, by Bus, Taxi, or hiring a Car or Bicycle.
There is a railway station called Santiago de Compostela Railway Station, you can reach Madrid and Porto (in Portugal) in around 5 hours.