Your group stay in Santiago de Compostela
If the proverb announces that all roads lead to Rome, Santiago de Compostela could also appropriate it. Santiago de Compostela is linked to many French and European cities by pilgrimage routes: Arles, Le Puy-en-Velay, Vézelay, Conques, etc. Every year, the city welcomes millions of visitors. Most of them after having followed one of the pilgrimage routes. If, however, you wish to reach Santiago de Compostela on foot with your group, the capital of Galicia has an airport that is served by flights from Dublin, London, Amsterdam or Geneva. Santiago de Compostela is used to welcoming millions of visitors and groups. It has a wide range of accommodation for groups. While some are planned for pilgrims with a number of youth hostels or budget hotels for groups, you will also find top-of-the-range and luxury hotels to organise your group stay in Santiago de Compostela. As is often the case in pilgrimage cities, Santiago de Compostela has a large number of pilgrims for religious holidays, especially for the feast of Santiago. At this time of year hotels for groups are in high demand and rates may change. On the Groupcorner website, you will find a selection of the best hotels for groups to facilitate the organisation of your group stay.
Santiago de Compostela is a city steeped in history, listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. For pilgrims who have chosen to walk to Santiago de Compostela, discovering the Romanesque cathedral of Santiago de Compostela is a reward. However, your group will soon realize that the city has many other assets when walking through its arcade-lined streets. The monastery of San Martiño Pinario, in particular, is worth a visit. Santiago de Compostela is also a gourmet destination with a rich gastronomy. In the evening, the city comes alive with a wide choice of bars and restaurants. If you want a quiet place to stay during your group trip, avoid the most lively areas of Santiago de Compostela and choose a hotel on the outskirts.