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Published by: Turismo de Santiago Coordination: Santiago de Compostela Convention Bureau Texts: Celalba Rivera Graphic Design: Siglo XXI Translation: Desmond Joyce Photography: Turismo de Santiago Library TURGALICIA Library Juan Feans Photos of Cidade da Cultura de Galicia – courtesy of Fundación Cidade da Cultura de Galicia Photos of SGAE building – courtesy of Arteria Noroeste Photos of Fundación Novacaixagalicia venues – courtesy of Fundación Novacaixagalicia Printed by: Agencia Gráfica D.L.: C 39-2012 The information included in this publication is subject to changes

[ Index ] 1. Why Santiago de Compostela?

Because it is the final destination of the Way of St. James_ ____________________________________ 7 Because of its thousand-year-old hospitality _______________________________________________ 9 Because of its legendary beauty ________________________________________________________ 11 Because it is small great city____________________________________________________________ 13 Because it is young and lively___________________________________________________________ 15 Because of its gastronomy_____________________________________________________________ 17 Because of its infrastructure____________________________________________________________ 19 Because it is the centre of Galicia________________________________________________________ 21 ... and because the SCCB makes it easy_ __________________________________________________ 23

2. The Santiago de Compostela Convention Bureau

SCCB services________________________________________________________________________ 25 Everything in a Booking Centre_ ________________________________________________________ 26 Virtual technical secretariat_ ___________________________________________________________ 26

3. Infrastructure for holding meetings and events

Large-scale venues ___________________________________________________________________ Historic-monumental spaces ___________________________________________________________ Santiago University _ _________________________________________________________________ Unique settings _ ____________________________________________________________________ Contemporary buildings ______________________________________________________________ Cultural Foundations _________________________________________________________________ More hotels _________________________________________________________________________

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4. Adventure, leisure and incentives

Gastronomy experiences_ _____________________________________________________________ Excursions__________________________________________________________________________ Adventure and team building_ _________________________________________________________ Relaxation_ _________________________________________________________________________ Walking tours_ ______________________________________________________________________ Traditions and specialities_____________________________________________________________ Shopping___________________________________________________________________________

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5. Practical information

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Why Santiago de Compostela? 5

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Because it is the final destination of the Way of St. James

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antiago de Compostela is the final destination of one of Europe’s most important pilgrim routes, the Way of St. James. Since the discovery of the apostle’s tomb, millions of pilgrims have crossed the continent to reach this Holy City in the ancient “finis terrae.” Today, this spiritual route is still a living tradition, although our visitors can also arrive easily in flights from numerous European and Latin American airports.

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Because of its thousand-year-old hospitality

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he city was founded around the Romanesque Cathedral and grew to receive and cater for all its pilgrims with wise hospitality. Today, Santiago still cultivates its charm, its rich heritage, generosity and love for excellence to offer unforgettable experiences to all those coming here. We are backed by more than a thousand years’ experience in receiving and looking after our visitors. Not many destinations can say the same.

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Because of its legendary beauty

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ccording to UNESCO, Santiago de Compostela is “beyond the shadow of a doubt one of the World Heritage’s most obvious properties,” “an ideal city which is overflowing with history and timeless.” The Cathedral, its squares and medieval streets make up one of Europe’s most beautiful urban settings. A city whose beauty moves you.

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Because it is a small great city

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antiago is great close up. Although it is the capital of Galicia, a Holy City and European Cultural Capital, its small size, its simple everyday life and safety make it a friendly, charming and warm city; easy to understand and get around, where everyone finds their own place.

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Because it is young and lively

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here is always something to do in Compostela. The lively university atmosphere, the variety of cultural events, the shops selling crafts, gold articles and silverware, and Galician fashion; the traditional festivals, such as that of the “ApĂłstol,â€? and its surprising and amusing nightlife, make Santiago a lively destination all year round.

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Because of its gastronomy

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obody ever forgets Santiago’s fine cuisine. In its market, called “Plaza de Abastos,” and in its more than a thousand restaurants, the city offers the delicious, fresh and healthy Atlantic cuisine. Fine dining is a Compostela obligation; going out for a drink and some tapas, a pleasure.

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Because of its infrastructure

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ith 5,500 beds (4,700 in hotels with more than three stars), the range of accommodation includes historic buildings, designer hotels, charming hotels and gastronomy hotels. There are another 5,000 beds in facilities specially designed for meetings and congresses, and an extensive network of specialised businesses that offer all the professional services required by the MICE sector.

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Because it is the centre of Galicia

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antiago de Compostela is the obligatory starting point for discovering Galicia. “Finis terrae,� centuries-old forests, Atlantic beaches only 30 minutes from the city, make up the landscape featuring Roman and medieval towns, remote monasteries, chapels along the Way of St. James, Celtic settlements, seafaring villages... all within reach.

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... and because the SCCB makes it easy

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ith the Santiago de Compostela Convention Bureau, the city opens up to the event organiser. Free of charge, the SCCB centralises the preparation and pricing of congresses, meetings and incentives in Santiago de Compostela: hotel information and bookings, contact with the municipal administration and local businesses, design and booking of the leisure programme, prior inspection visits... and a lot more.

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The Santiago de Compostela Convention Bureau (SCCB) is a municipal service belonging to Turismo de Santiago, whose main objective is promoting Santiago de Compostela as a tourist destination for congresses, conventions, incentives and events, as well as providing comprehensive advice to tour operators, event organisers, professional associations and businesses. Our exclusive service in support of event organisers is specially designed to help you in the comprehensive organisation of congresses, meetings and incentive trips. It guarantees the perfect planning and functioning of your event and of your entire stay in Santiago de Compostela. Speak to us and get the most out of our city. Our help ranges from locating the perfect venue for your event to finding the ideal accommodation, or providing your event’s Virtual Technical Secretariat. Our services include:

Locating venues for conferences, meetings, presentations, dinners, cocktails,...

Planning the complementary leisure programme: itineraries, visits, incentive programmes.

Locating and pricing hotels, restaurants and other services.

Comprehensive technical secretariat service for congresses: integration of booking search engine in the

event’s web, with payment gateway; registration, hotels, activities, entertainment guide, transport, etc.

Support for candidacies and official presentations of the destination: preparation of congress candidacies

with extensive information about the destination and personalised dossier.

Mediation between the company organising an event and local providers specialising in the sector.

Coordination with municipal authorities for the use of historic and monumental municipal buildings, or

special uses of public spaces.

In addition to our basic services, our exclusive support can provide organisers with a wide range of promotional and marketing tools:

Tourist information (maps, brochures, entertainment guide...)

Images and audiovisual material.

Help in promoting the event. Santiago de Compostela Convention Bureau Rúa do Vilar, 63 15705 Santiago de Compostela Tel: (+34) 981 555 129 Fax: (+34) 981 554 748 sccb@santiagoturismo.com

www.SantiagoTurismo.com

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Everything in a Booking Centre Santiago de Compostela’s Official Booking Centre, run by Turismo de Santiago, enables the Santiago de Compostela Convention Bureau to offer a comprehensive pricing service for professional events. Obtain your personalised non-binding estimate for hiring hotels, transport, restaurants, guides, leisure activities and other tourist services by means of Turismo de Santiago’s Booking Centre.

3 reasons for choosing our Booking Centre

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Locally based We live, work in and enjoy Santiago every day. Our profound local knowledge, covering the entire range of activities and services, guarantees the perfect planning and functioning of your event.

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The widest and best selection of activities and services No other booking centre can offer so much: our Booking Centre directly manages 95% of available hotels and activities in Santiago de Compostela.

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Corporative social responsibility and sustainability Using Santiago de Compostela’s Official Booking Centre benefits the community. All our Booking Centre’s activity returns directly to the locality.

Exclusive service: Virtual Technical Secretariat What does it consist of? The SCCB provides the congress and convention organiser with a personalised web that, thanks to a search engine created by Turismo de Santiago, serves as a management tool for the event’s technical secretariat. The web’s integrated tools enables the managing of registrations, the booking of hotels, activities or transport, and provides detailed information about the city, events, entertainment guide and a lot more. By means of this Virtual Technical Secretariat, professional event organisers obtain an automatised and free comprehensive service that greatly reduces organisation costs. Who does the service target? Professional congress organisers (PCOs), Associations, Scientific Associations, etc. What advantage is there for the organiser? The use of this tool greatly simplifies the organisation of a congress. What advantage is there for delegates? They can handle all aspects of their participation in the congress from a single site and in an easy way.

Explore the Booking Centre at www.SantiagoTurismo.com

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Palacio de Congresos e Exposici贸ns de Galicia

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he Congress and Exhibition Hall of Galicia features innovative infrastructure, designed with an multi-purpose nature. Its facilities, ranging from two small rooms to two large auditoriums, cafeteria and large open spaces; technical resources and a privileged location, at the end of the Way of St. James and beside two large hotels, make it an unbeatable option for large-scale events.

Large-scale venues

Meeting Rooms: 26 | Total Meeting Capacity: 5660 | Largest Theatre style Capacity: 2100 | Total Banquet Capacity: 1500 | Total Cocktail Capacity: 3000 | Exhibition Area: 4250 m2 |

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Amio Exhibition Site

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antiago de Compostela’s Exhibition Site, created in the mid-nineties, in addition to its original stockbreeding activities linked to the National Cattle Market held every Wednesday, has been converted into a truly multi-purpose venue equipped with all the necessary resources for holding fully certified exhibition, leisure, cultural activities and large-scale events: Expolook, Expovivenda, Motor Show, Todoocio, etc.

Large-scale venues

Pavilions: 3 | Meeting Rooms: 2 | Total Meeting Capacity: 260 | Largest Theatre style Capacity: 200 | Total Banquet Capacity: 4000 | Exhibition Area: 14000 m2 |

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Auditorio de Galicia

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his large complex, which hosts a top-rate music and exhibition programme all year long, is made up of a series of stone volumes overlooking the pond in the Música en Compostela park. Neighbouring the University’s North Campus and a few steps from the monumental centre, it features two auditoriums, an exhibition hall and other rooms, as well as a cafeteria with views of historic buildings.

Large-scale venues

Meeting Rooms: 3| Total Meeting Capacity: 1308 | Largest Theatre style Capacity: 998 | Total Banquet Capacity: 200 | Total Cocktail Capacity: 1000 | Exhibition Area: 1000 m2 |

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Multiusos Fonte do Sar

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he Multiusos do Sar building, designed in the nineties, features facilities capable of hosting large sports events or mass concerts. Its spectacular structure, in the middle of a city park near the River Sar, is ideal for large fairs and exhibitions.

Large-scale venues

Meeting Rooms: 1 | Largest Meeting Capacity: 5065 seats | Total Banquet Capacity: 3000 | Total Cocktail Capacity: 6.000 | Exhibition Area: 1000m2 |

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Parador Hostal dos Reis Católicos *****gl

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his former pilgrim hospital from the 15th century, converted into a five-star “Parador,” is Santiago de Compostela’s most emblematic hotel and the oldest one in Europe. In its privileged location in Plaza del Obradoiro, forming an angle with the Cathedral, it offers historic spaces, beautiful cloisters, a Renaissance chapel and elegant halls, as well as two magnificent restaurants.

Historic-monumental venues

Meeting Rooms: 11 | Total Meeting Capacity: 1200 | Largest Theatre style Capacity: 300 | Total Banquet Capacity: 1020 | Largest Banquet Capacity: 220 | Largest Cocktail Capacity: 260 |

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Hotel Monumento San Francisco****

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he Convent of San Francisco, located a few metres from Plaza del Obradoiro, dates from 1214 and now combines its religions function with that of a four-star hotel that was refurbished in 2006. Apart from its excellent location, it features the peacefulness of the convent and excellent gastronomy. In the case of professional events, it offers historic rooms, glazed courtyards and its neoclassical church.

Historic-monumental venues

Meeting Rooms: 8 | Total Meeting Capacity: 837 | Largest Theatre style Capacity: 350 | Total Banquet Capacity: 704 | Largest Banquet Capacity: 300 | Largest Cocktail Capacity: 400 | Exhibition Area: 640 m2 | Cloister Cocktail Capacity: 250 |

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Monastery of San Martiño Pinario

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n Plaza de la Inmaculada, facing the Cathedral’s north façade, it is the most valuable complex belonging to Galicia’s baroque style, and the second-largest monastery in Spain, after El Escorial. With more than a thousand years of history, its spaces combine several functions: Seminary, sacred art museum, guest quarters and meeting rooms.

Historic-monumental venues

Meeting Rooms: 7 | Total Meeting Capacity: 500 | Largest Theatre style Capacity: 250 | Total Banquet Capacity: 450 | Largest Banquet Capacity: 300 | Largest Cocktail Capacity: 300 | Cloister: 1 |

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Pazo de San Lourenzo

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azo de San Lorenzo de Trasouto, near the monumental district, was built in 1216 on a 50,000-square-metre walled estate, which features woodland and magnificent gardens. In addition to its extraordinary historical value, it features the traditional charm of Galician “pazos� (country houses). The entire complex has been declared a property of artistic and cultural interest. Converted to host meals for congresses, conventions, weddings and meetings with up to 700 guests, its owners only open its doors for arranged events.

Historic-monumental venues

Meeting Rooms: 4 | Total Meeting Capacity: 365 | Largest Theatre style Capacity: 140 | Total Banquet Capacity: 620 | Largest Banquet Capacity: >300 | Largest Cocktail Capacity: 1000 | Cloister Cocktail Capacity: 450 | Garden |

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Santiago University venues

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he University of Santiago de Compostela, with more than five centuries of history, is a renowned institution throughout Spain and Europe. Thanks to its rich heritage, it features ideal venues for all kinds of events. From emblematic and historic buildings such as Colegio de Fonseca and Colegio de San Xerome (which currently houses the Vice-Chancellor’s Office), at the feet of the Cathedral, or the History building’s large auditorium; to such contemporary constructions as the architect Álvaro Siza’s Media Studies Faculty or the Vista Alegre Complex designed by Arata Isozaki and César Portela.

Santiago University venues

Meeting Rooms: 9 | Total Meeting Capacity: 1700 | Largest Theatre style Capacity: 320 |

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Hotel AC Palacio del Carmen*****

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he Hotel AC Palacio del Carmen is a unique deluxe building (the former Convent of Las Oblatas) that has recently been renovated, respecting the original architectural and artistic style. Located in the old town, it features all the services of a deluxe hotel, meeting rooms and banquet hall, the former convent chapel, with a careful restoration.

Unique settings

Meeting Rooms: 5 | Total Meeting Capacity: 400 | Largest Theatre style Capacity: 170 | Total Banquet Capacity: 430 | Largest Banquet Capacity: 200 | Largest Cocktail Capacity: 200 | Garden |

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Hotel A Quinta da Auga****

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n an idyllic natural setting, on the banks of the Sar River, an emblematic 18th-century building converted into a deluxe boutique hotel offers accommodation, spa and restaurant services. Private grounds covering more than a hectare and the relaxing sound of water guarantee its guests’ rest in each of the 45 rooms, which have been carefully decorated with works of art, antiques and an exquisite French touch.

Unique settings

Meeting Rooms: 2 | Total Meeting Capacity: 460 | Largest Theatre style Capacity: 300 | Total Banquet Capacity: 408 | Largest Banquet Capacity: 208 | Largest Cocktail Capacity: 300 | Greenhouse ideal for cocktails & presentations | Garden |

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Pazo de Vista Alegre

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azo Vista Alegre is a magnificent stately property that rises up in the valley of the Ulla River, a few kilometres from Santiago. It has been converted into a restaurant and venue for banquets and events, including its exuberant gardens.

Unique settings

Meeting Rooms: 6 | Total Meeting Capacity: 1880 | Largest Theatre style Capacity: 800 | Total Banquet Capacity: 1480 | Largest Banquet Capacity: 650 | Largest Cocktail Capacity: 450 | Garden | Marquees |

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Pazo de Adrán

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azo de Adrán, which dates from 1786, is located in a natural setting of 10,000 m2, with wooded areas, gardens, “hórreo” (stone granary), swimming pool and dovecot used as a wine cellar. This location is used to set up pergolas and arbours to provide places for socialising and recreation. The stone construction features the structure of a Galician ancestral home, with a chapel and different stately rooms.

Unique settings

Meeting Rooms: 5 | Total Meeting Capacity: 900 | Largest Theatre style Capacity: 500 | Total Banquet Capacity: 828 | Largest Banquet Capacity: 450 | Largest Cocktail Capacity: 500 | Garden: 4000 m2 |

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Pazo de Lestrove

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his typical Galician house in the Vedra area, with magnificent facilities and a beautiful garden featuring terraces, was built in the 18th century. Its spaces, such as the library, nuptial suite and rooms, are carefully decorated with family furniture. It specialises in holding social events and meetings.

Unique settings

Meeting Rooms: 1 | Total Meeting Capacity: 150 | Largest Theatre style Capacity: 150 | Total Banquet Capacity: 340 | Largest Banquet Capacity: 190 | Garden | Marquees |

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SGAE building - Vista Alegre Park

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he Arteria Noroeste building, which houses the SGAE association in Galicia, is a spectacular design by Antón García Abril set in the historic Vista Alegre estate, which it shares with Santiago University’s Centre of Advanced Studies and House of Europe. It features rooms, auditorium, exhibition space, set and specialised artistic production rooms.

Contemporary buildings

Meeting Rooms: 2 | Total Meeting Capacity: 300 | Largest Theatre style Capacity: 200 | Largest Cocktail Capacity: 400 | Exhibition Area: 153 m2 | Garden |

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Contemporary Art Centre CGAC

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eighbouring the Convent of San Domingos de Bonaval and its park, the CGAC’s main attraction is its architecture, designed by Portugal’s Pritzker prize-winner Álvaro Siza. With open spaces, clean planes and the continuous presence of light, it houses a valuable art collection and contemporary exhibitions from all over the world. Its rooms and auditorium are open to small artistic events, meetings and congresses.

Contemporary buildings

Meeting Rooms: 1 | Total Meeting Capacity: 300 |

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Cidade da Cultura de Galicia

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iterally excavated on Monte Gaiås, the City of Culture, designed by New York’s Peter Eisenman and featuring towers by John Hejduk, opened its doors in 2011 with the completion of its first two buildings, out of a total of six that make up this magnificent cultural macro-structure. In addition to exhibitions and cultural programmes, it features spaces suitable for organising small congresses, seminars, courses or presentations. Its exterior spaces offer an exceptional setting for numerous artistic activities, with the beauty of this masterpiece of contemporary architecture.

Contemporary buildings

Meeting Rooms: 1 | Total Meeting Capacity: 120 | Largest Theatre style Capacity: 120 | Banquet Reception Sites | Cocktail Reception Sites| Open-Air sites for events & presentations |

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Contemporary buildings

Novacaixagalicia Benefit Society and Foundation Foundation

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he active Nocaixagalicia - CSM Foundation occupies the emblematic Casa do Pozo in Rúa do Vilar. The restoration of this 15th-century building carefully respected the original, 1,755-square-metre structure, which has four floors and an attic, with assembly halls and exhibition rooms.

Meeting Rooms: 1 | Total Meeting Capacity: 100 | Largest Theatre style Capacity: 100 | Cocktail Reception Sites | Exhibition Area |

his restored emblematic building in Plaza de Cervantes features 5,000 square metres of infrastructure for training, cultural and research activities. Its spaces include a conference room, cooking and exhibition room.

Meeting Rooms: 5 | Total Meeting Capacity: 205 | Largest Theatre style Capacity: 120 | Cocktail Reception Sites | Exhibition Area | Cooking Facilities |

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Cultural foundations

azo de Ramirás, the family mansion of the Count and Countess of Gimonde, houses a modern auditorium for 700 people, the largest capacity of a building in Compostela’s old town. The auditorium consists of two floors and a stage with orchestra pit, black chamber, acoustic shell and comfortable dressing rooms. The latest technological advances enable it to host a cultural programme featuring theatre, dance, music, opera and musicals.

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Area: 2500 m2 | Total Meeting Capacity: 700 | Board Room | Other facilities | Exhibition Area |

NH Obradoiro *****

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he NH Obradoiro hotel offers modern luxury in a traditional setting. It is located in an extensive landscaped area facing Auditorio de Galicia, a few minutes from the historic Plaza del Obradoiro in the centre of the old town. Its meeting rooms feature versatile technical equipment suitable for any event.

Meeting Rooms: 5 | Total Meeting Capacity: 280 | Largest Theatre style Capacity: 110 | Total Banquet Capacity: 500 | Largest Banquet Capacity: 300 | Largest Cocktail Capacity: 140 | Parking |

Araguaney Gran Hotel *****

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ith a privileged location, right in Santiago de Compostela’s business centre, and only a few metres from the monumental district, this welcoming establishment combines excellent gastronomy with modern rooms and banquets.

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Meeting Rooms: 12 | Total Meeting Capacity: 645 | Largest Theatre style Capacity: 300 | Total Banquet Capacity: 500 | Largest Banquet Capacity: 300 | Largest Cocktail Capacity: 300 | Parking |

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Hotel Puerta del Camino ****

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ight beside the Congress and Exhibition Hall and easily accessed from the old town and airport, this gastronomy hotel features excellent facilities for congresses, meetings and events. Meeting Rooms: 14 | Total Meeting Capacity: 1380 | Largest Theatre style Capacity: 1200 | Total Banquet Capacity: 850 | Largest Banquet Capacity: 650 | Largest Cocktail Capacity: 1000 | Parking

Hotel Eurostars San Lรกzaro ****

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urostars San Lรกzaro is located beside the Congress and Exhibition Hall of Galicia and is easily accessed from the airport and old town. Its facilities for holding meetings and business meals are functional and versatile.

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Meeting Rooms: 3 | Total Meeting Capacity: 230 | Largest Theatre style Capacity: 140 | Total Banquet Capacity: 300 | Largest Banquet Capacity: 120 | Largest Cocktail Capacity: 140 | Parking |

Gran Hotel Santiago ****

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his 10-floor hotel is located beside the University of Santiago de Compostela’s South Campus, 500 metres from the University Hospital Complex and a 20-minute walk from the old town. Its facilities and the latest technical equipment are available to event organisers.

Meeting Rooms: 11 | Total Meeting Capacity: 580 | Largest Theatre style Capacity: 200 | Total Banquet Capacity: 260 | Largest Banquet Capacity: 144 | Largest Cocktail Capacity: 160 | Parking |

Hotel Hesperia Peregrino ****

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ocated in the new town, facing the University’s South Campus and ten minutes from the old town, it features special event services such as private breakfast facilities, transport to the city centre and airport, hostess service, car and limousine service, translators and photographers.

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Meeting Rooms: 7 | Total Meeting Capacity: 475 | Largest Theatre style Capacity: 290 | Total Banquet Capacity: 290 | Largest Banquet Capacity: 250 | Largest Cocktail Capacity: 290 | Parking |

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Hotel Compostela ****

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t one of the main entrances to the old town, beside the centrally located Plaza de Galicia, this historic building has been completely refurbished inside. It offers a variety of options for holding events, such as weddings, business meetings or events. Meeting Rooms: 2 | Total Meeting Capacity: 200 | Largest Theatre style Capacity: 200 | Total Banquet Capacity: 160 | Largest Banquet Capacity: 160 | Largest Cocktail Capacity: 200 |

Hotel Los Abetos ****

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ery close to the Congress Hall, 7 km from Lavacolla International Airport and 10 minutes from the city centre, it features halls with natural lighting, Wi-Fi and the latest technologies required for holding meetings.

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Meeting Rooms: 6 | Total Meeting Capacity: 880 | Largest Theatre style Capacity: 500 | Total Banquet Capacity: 710 | Largest Banquet Capacity: 450 | Largest Cocktail Capacity: 500 | Garden | Parking |

Hotel Tryp Santiago ****

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n one of Santiago’s new residential areas, a few metres from a shopping centre and one of the city’s main approach roads, the hotel is very close to the train station, a 15-minute walk from the city centre. All its assembly rooms are spacious and face outdoors, with natural lighting, all the necessary audiovisual equipment and free Wi-Fi. Meeting Rooms: 8 | Total Meeting Capacity: 1100 | Largest Theatre style Capacity: 400 | Total Banquet Capacity: 725 | Largest Banquet Capacity: 300 | Largest Cocktail Capacity: 400 | Parking |

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nly 15 minutes from the centre of Santiago de Compostela, in the municipality of Teo, this peaceful and welcoming hotel includes 2,300 m2 for holding meetings. All its assembly rooms feature natural lighting, individual temperature control and the possibility of hiring audiovisual equipment.

Meeting Rooms: 15 | Total Meeting Capacity: 1181 | Largest Theatre style Capacity: 312 | Total Banquet Capacity: 1976 | Largest Banquet Capacity: 858 | Largest Cocktail Capacity: 756 | Parking |

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Hotel Congreso ****

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Hotel Virxe da Cerca ****

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he hotel occupies an 18th-century building alongside the old city wall. It features a private garden and arbour, both surrounded by cloister-like glazed walkways. It is an ideal setting for small meetings.

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Meeting Rooms: 2 | Total Meeting Capacity: 75 | Largest Theatre style Capacity: 50 | Total Banquet Capacity: 87 | Largest Banquet Capacity: 65 | Largest Cocktail Capacity: 65 | Garden |

Casa Grande do Bachao

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asa Grande do Bachao rises up on the way to Costa da Morte from Santiago de Compostela, 15 minutes from the Cathedral. The mansion, surrounded by more than 200 hectares of woodland, offers peacefulness and comfort for professional and festive events.

Rural Tourism House

Meeting Rooms: 2 | Total Meeting Capacity: 120 | Largest Theatre style Capacity: 100 | Total Banquet Capacity: 130 | Largest Banquet Capacity: 130 | Largest Cocktail Capacity: 150 | Garden |

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Gastronomic experiences Santiago de Compostela is the capital of Atlantic gastronomy -healthy, delicious cuisine made with the best sea and farm products. Shellfish, Galician beef, octopus, tender cheeses, algae, sea urchins, chestnuts, eau-de-vies and wines are experiences that win you over for life...

Shellfish gathering The trip to the monumental town of Cambados and the visit to the fishermen’s guild is followed by an unforgettable day on a shellfish farm gathering clams, cockles or razor clams on the Rías Baixas coast.

Gourmet excursion Day trip to explore the Rías Baixas coast and experience the Atlantic flavour. Includes a tour of a “pazo” (Galician country house) and its Albariño winery, a visit to shellfish gatherers on a shellfish farm and a gourmet menu.

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A prestigious Galician chef guides us around Santiago’s “Mercado de Abastos” (food market), to teach us the secrets of buying fresh produce and then cook the best recipes of the Atlantic diet.

Galician food pairing with wine Commented tastings combining the best Galician wines, beers and liqueurs with cheeses, canned food and other Galician delicacies.

Tapas In addition to a tapas competition, Santiago(é)Tapas, the city features year-round routes around its thousand bars, which serve traditional snacks or creative cuisine to accompany wines and beers.

Cenas- espectáculo Auteur dinners in monumental spaces with matchless Galician gastronomy and shows featuring “queimada” (flamed eau-devie), “tuna” (student music group), circus, magic or cabaret.

Blind dinners A dinner with your eyes covered featuring more than 15 Galician specialities, thereby enhancing your other senses...

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Excursions Way of St. James on foot, by bike or on horseback To experience the rigours and satisfaction of this ancient pilgrim route to Compostela, we suggest starting the Way of St. James in O Cebreiro, with its famous sanctuary and spectacular mountain scenery. Galicia’s rural landscape accompanies the excursion with its mystic beauty: the Monastery of Somos, the Miño River, the church-fort of Portomarín... Possibility of some stages on foot to reach Santiago Cathedral.

Jacobean Route by boat This route recreates the itinerary followed by the Apostle James’ body along the Ria of Arousa and Ulla River as far as Padrón. Departure from O Grove, passing through monumental towns on the Rías Baixas coast such as Cambados, Villagarcía and Catoira.

Dramatised Way of St. James A stage of the Portuguese Road to Santiago featuring characters such as period storytellers, knights, monks, whores, witches and soothsayers, bandits, rogues, philosophers and convicts. A thrilling 6-kilometre trip that takes us back in time.

A full day on the Rías Baixas coast A full-day trip around the Rias of Arousa and Pontevedra, dotted with mussel platforms producing the best mussels in the world. The landscape of beaches, summer resorts and fishing villages combines with the history of such fantastic places as Cambados, with its stately “pazos” (Galician country houses) and wineries; Combarro, full of stone crosses and “hórreos” (stone granaries) reaching almost into the sea, or the beautiful island of La Toja with its exclusive spas.

Full day in Finisterre Considered the westernmost point of continental Europe, Cape Finisterre marks the beginning of the rugged and fascinating Costa da Morte, a land of ancestral legends and echoes of shipwrecks that features a wild, melancholic beauty. Visit Carnota beach, the Finisterre lighthouse and the “Virgen de la Barca” Sanctuary.

Catamaran trip around the rias An hour-long sail around the Ria of Arousa aboard a catamaran. Through the boat’s windows you will see the abundant resources on the Rías Baixas seafloor as well as mussel platforms, which make up the area’s main economic driving force. Tasting of mussels and wine. Possibility of lunches and dinners onboard.

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Schooner trip around the rias Half-day, full-day or longer sail aboard a beautiful manned schooner. In summer, regular four-hour trips to the isle of Sálvora, with an onboard aperitif and a short exploration tour around this isle in the Ria of Arousa.

Steamship trip around the rias A fantastic museum-steamship takes us on a two-hour sail around the Ria of Arousa, contemplating the beautiful landscapes and fishing villages of the rias, with the opportunity of enjoying 12 different activities.

Catamaran trip around Finisterre A catamaran sail around the mythical region of the ancient Land’s End. Landscapes and heritage from the Finisterre lighthouse to the legendary Monte Ézaro.

Other customised excursions around Galicia Destinations such as Ribeira Sacra and Sil Canyons, Costa da Morte, Portugal and southern Galicia, historic gardens and “pazos” (Galician country houses), Cíes Isles, are available for groups.

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Adventure and Team Building Adventure and activity circuits for team building acquire special significance in the spectacular scenery of Galicia, the “land of a thousand rivers” and Spain’s most extensive coastline, combined with thousand-year-old forests and mythical mountains. From Costa da Morte to Os Ancares, Galicia opens up the environmental riches of its rias, beaches, reservoirs and oak groves to discovery, sport, game and amusement.

• Multi-adventure raid • Paintball • Canoeing around the rias • Kite surfing • Rafting • Hydrospeed • Calm-water or whitewater kayaking • River trekking • Diving • Introductory flights in light aircraft

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Relaxation Galicia has a long tradition in the therapeutic use of its varied thermal and medicinal waters, in internationally renowned historic spas such as Mondariz and A Toxa, or in new facilities throughout the region with spas, anti-stress circuits, beauty treatments featuring chocolate, gold or wine, and other personalised programmes.

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Walking Tours Santiago is a small and safe city that is made for walking and discovering its monumental beauty and cheerful daily life.

Gastronomy tour Guided tour of Santiago’s “Mercado de Abastos” (food market) and traditional food shops, with a tasting of Galician products. Ideal for taking home tasty presents.

Night tour Guided walk around Santiago at night, with the city lit up and visiting the liveliest areas of Compostela’s night life. The tour ends in a club with a tasting of the popular “queimada” (flamed eau-de-vie).

Historic City and City of Culture Guided tour of the main historic squares and streets, full of monuments and charming spots, and transfer to the recently opened Cidade da Cultura de Galicia (Galician City of Culture), designed by Peter Eisenman, a magnificent cultural macrostructure whose contemporary lines “dialogue” with the city’s heritage from the top of Monte Gaiás.

Enclosed convents Tour of three of Santiago’s five enclosed convents to become acquainted with their spiritual life and rich heritage.

Cathedral Rooftops After visiting the Archbishop’s Gelmírez Palace, you go up to the Cathedral’s rooftops for a complete, close-up tour of its towers, domes and pinnacles, featuring unbeatable views of the monumental squares and historic city.

And more: Tour of the old town, monumental churches, contemporary architecture, traditional trades, artists’ studios and a lot more.

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Traditions and specialities Only in Santiago and in Galicia!

“Botafumeiro” The flight of the world’s largest censer can be seen on a few occasions in Santiago Cathedral. You will never forget its impressive swinging, making it almost touch the basilica’s vault in front of the amazed pilgrims’ eyes. An unrepeatable experience.

“Romería” in the forest A genuine Galician fiesta in an oak grove, with marquee, octopus stand, local wine and bagpipe players to liven things up.

“Queimada” Young Obelix fell into a cauldron of Galician “queimada” (flamed eau-de-vie)... And was never the same. “Queimada” is a traditional Galician drink and, at the same time, quite a spectacle. The rite of the flame consuming the eau-de-vie’s alcohol is accompanied by a magic spell to scare away the bad spirits’ “meigallo” or evil influence.

Traditional trades tour A walk around the city to discover its living artisanal traditions: from jet stone and silver to braiding or leather, ceramics or lacework.

Concerts in churches Santiago has more than 20 monumental churches, from the Romanesque to the neoclassical stye, many of which host medieval, ancient or classical music concerts.

University “tuna” The “tuna” is a student music group that is characteristic of Spanish universities, combining music, fun, nightlife and flirting. Santiago’s “tuna” is considered the oldest in Europe. Guaranteed partying and amusement.

Traditional music and dancing Bagpipes, drums and cheerful tambourines accompany group dances such as the “muñeira,” in a tradition linked to Atlantic arc folklore, from Brittany to Scotland.

For detailed information and bookings, consult the Santiago de Compostela Convention Bureau: sccb@santiagoturismo.com

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Shopping Elegant craftwork, gastronomy for taking away, the outstanding success of Galician fashion or the charm of “open” shopping centres make Santiago a shopper’s paradise.

Galician fashion International Galician brands such as Adolfo Domínguez, Roberto Verino, Antonio Pernas, Purificación García, Zara... all only a few metres from each other.

Silverware and jet-stone work The old medieval trades are kept alive by dozens of silversmiths and jet-stone workers surrounding the Cathedral, with traditional and contemporary designs.

Sargadelos ceramics Cobalt blue beauty and modernist designs in crockery, adornments and more.

Camariñas lace The most delicate lacework in trousseaus, table linen, baby’s clothes...

Leather and braiding Artisanal leather and traditional costumes for daily use.

Delicatessen Cakes and pastries made in enclosed convents, Galician wines, the only European eau-de-vie with its own Designation of Origin, cheeses, canned seafood, algae, sea-urchin caviar, cold meats, chestnuts, almond cakes, chocolate...

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Hotel capacity Top-rate hotels in Santiago de Compostela Category

Number

Rooms

Beds

5*

4

450

867

4*

14

1.374

2.617

3*

18

706

1.260

TOTAL

36

2.530

4.744

Capacity of Meeting and Exhibition Rooms Nยบ. of meeting rooms

Total room capacity*

Largest room

Palacio de Congresos y Exposiciones de Galicia

23

3.560

2.100

4.250

Auditorio de Galicia

3

1.312

1.002

1.000

USC (University of Santiago de Compostela)

9

1.164

320

Venues in foundations, museums, etc

8

2.040

700

5-star

37

2.342

4-star

82

7.565

capacity

venues

Hotels (category)

Exhibition M2

Practical information

Congress Halls

Name

69

Hotels Translation

Air Conditioning

Technical Service

Natural Light

Accessible

WIFI Internet Connection

Parador Hostal dos Reis Católicos. ***** GL Meeting Rooms

Capacities Theatre

School

Imperial

"U"

Banquet

Cocktail

m2

Capilla Real

220

120

84

-

180

200

227

Sala de arte

180

100

70

-

180

150

188

San Marcos

120

64

36

40

110

100

118

Obradoiro

100

50

30

30

-

-

118

Sacristía Alta

40

24

18

20

-

-

-

Xacobeo 1

-

-

-

18

40

-

65

Xacobeo 2.3

-

-

-

-

80

-

70

Capilla Real + Sala de Arte

300

200

-

-

470

550

417

Salón Auditorio

200

-

-

-

-

-

154

Salón Comedor Real

280

130

84

-

220

260

240

Salón de Fumar

75

32

22

22

60

60

70

Salón Real

160

80

54

60

150

170

167

Common characteristics of all rooms In some rooms On request

Hotel AC Palacio del Carmen ***** Characteristics of Meeting Rooms *****

Meeting Rooms

70

Capacities Theatre

School

Imperial

"U"

Banquet

Cocktail

m2

-

-

-

-

190

-

170

Capilla

170

80

40

50

120

200

140

Consejo A

25

12

10

-

15

30

27

Consejo B

25

12

10

-

15

30

27

Forum A

90

40

30

25

50

80

70

Forum B

90

40

30

25

50

80

70

Banquetes

Common characteristics of all rooms In some rooms On request

Araguaney Gran Hotel ***** Meeting Rooms

Capacities Theatre

School

Imperial

"U"

Banquet

Cocktail

m2

-

-

-

-

-

150

180

Camelia

100

40

32

30

88

-

98

Castelao

-

14

16

14

-

-

36

Convenciones 1

150

50

40

40

-

-

164

Convenciones 2

100

40

30

30

-

-

109

-

16

20

17

-

-

40

Salon de actos

300

120

90

75

200

250

273

Espacio Araguaney

400

150

-

-

248

300

424

Naranjo

50

25

20

20

42

-

67

Olivo

130

48

40

40

88

-

105

Rahid

55

21

26

20

-

-

60

RosalĂ­a

-

24

28

23

-

-

86

Valle InclĂĄn

-

-

18

16

-

-

66

Exposiciones

Cunqueiro

Common characteristics of all rooms In some rooms On request

Hotel NH Obradoiro ***** Capacities Theatre

School

Imperial

"U"

Banquet

Cocktail

m2

Obradoiro

70

60

60

60

60

90

88

Allariz

60

50

50

50

50

80

74

Santiago + Cambados

110

90

85

90

90

140

130

Santiago

50

40

35

40

40

60

59

Cambados

50

40

35

40

40

60

56

Noia + Allariz

100

80

70

80

80

120

118

Noia

50

40

35

40

40

60

59

Common characteristics of all rooms In some rooms On request

Characteristics of Meeting Rooms *****

Meeting Rooms

71

Hotel A Quinta da Auga **** Meeting Rooms

Capacities Theatre

School

Imperial

"U"

Banquet

Cocktail

m2

Fonte

300

160

Río

90

60

30

60

208

300

312

30

40

-

-

140

Muiño

70

50

30

25

-

40

80

Invernadero

140

-

-

-

100

140

194

Suite

-

-

-

12

-

-

46

Morado

-

-

25

-

40

40

69

Chimenea

-

-

-

-

60

70

76

Common characteristics of all rooms In some rooms On request

Hotel Eurostars San Lázaro **** Meeting Rooms

Capacities Theatre

School

Imperial

"U"

Banquet

Cocktail

m2

-

-

-

-

100

130

130

Obradoiro

140

70

-

40

120

140

142

Platerías

90

30

-

30

70

90

92

-

-

-

-

200

270

271

230

100

-

60

190

230

234

-

-

-

-

300

360

387

Olivo

Olivo+Platerías Obradoiro+Platerías Olivo+Obradoiro+Platerías Common characteristics of all rooms In some rooms On request

Hotel Hesperia Peregrino ****

Characteristics of Meeting Rooms ****

Meeting Rooms

72

Capacities Theatre

School

Imperial

"U"

Banquet

Cocktail

m2

Sar 1

200

100

55

40

125

140

158

Sar 2

120

70

35

20

100

120

110

Sar 1+2

300

150

80

-

225

260

268

Sar 2+3

120

75

35

-

110

150

134

Sar 1+2+3

300

150

80

-

250

290

292

Fonseca

25

15

12

10

20

35

47

Toural

40

20

12

20

20

40

45

Fonseca + Toural

70

35

18

-

40

75

92

Auditorio

90

-

-

-

-

-

164

-

-

-

-

-

80

71

Hall Auditorio Common characteristics of all rooms In some rooms On request

Hotel Monumento San Francisco **** Meeting Rooms

Capacities Theatre

School

Imperial

"U"

Banquet

Cocktail

m2

Patio de Cristal

350

-

-

-

300

400

640

Auditorio Carlos V

151

-

-

-

-

-

172

Cimabue

88

48

28

30

-

-

90

Bodega

78

40

20

24

50

60

105

Columnas

90/70

64/48

32

36

-

-

117

Rieti

16

-

16

14

-

-

23

Galería I

32

-

20

18

-

-

33

Galería II

32

-

20

18

-

-

33

Comedor Monumental

-

-

-

-

274

250

302

Comedor Monum. & de Profundis

-

-

-

-

354

-

422

Claustro de la Fuente

-

-

-

-

-

250

432

Common characteristics of all rooms In some rooms On request

Hotel Puerta del Camino **** Capacities Theatre

School

Imperial

"U"

Banquet

Cocktail

m2

Platerías

40

22

-

14

-

35

37

Quintana

100

50

-

35

-

85

85

Azabachería

45

25

-

18/22

-

45

43

Cervantes

45

25

-

18

-

45

43

Platerías + Quintana + Azabachería

180

99

-

70

-

165

165

Obradoiro I

320

148

-

104

200

245

247

Obradoiro 2

280

132

-

92

180

220

220

Obradoiro 3

120

54

-

39

75

90

90

Obradoiro 4

120

57

-

38

85

95

95

1.200

400

-

200

750

850

652

-

-

18

-

-

-

-

Obradoiro Total Sala VIP Common characteristics of all rooms In some rooms On request

Characteristics of Meeting Rooms ****

Meeting Rooms

73

Gran Hotel Santiago **** Meeting Rooms

Capacities Theatre

School

Imperial

"U"

Banquet

Cocktail

m2

Ría Ferrol

50

32

20

20

-

-

56

Ría Muros

120

72

44

44

-

-

108

Ría Noia

150

80

44

44

-

-

96

RíaArousa

70

48

32

32

-

-

75

Ría Vigo

40

24

20

20

-

-

52

Isla La Toja

15

12

14

13

-

-

20

Isla Cíes

15

12

14

13

-

-

23

Isla Ons

20

16

18

16

-

-

21

Isla Sálvora

20

16

18

16

-

-

29

Islas Atlánticas

100

72

48

44

-

-

95

Isla Cortegada

40

32

24

20

-

-

45

Theatre

School

Imperial

"U"

Banquet

Cocktail

m2

Compostela

200

100

-

-

160

-

187

Berenguela

-

-

14

12

-

-

24

Common characteristics of all rooms In some rooms On request

Hotel Compostela **** Meeting Rooms

Capacities

Common characteristics of all rooms In some rooms On request

Hotel Los Abetos ****

Characteristics of Meeting Rooms ****

Meeting Rooms

74

Capacities Theatre

School

Imperial

"U"

Banquet

Cocktail

m2

París

100

70

40

50

80

100

117

París 1

50

35

25

25

40

20

59

París 2

50

35

25

25

40

20

58

Lisboa

-

-

14

-

-

-

38

Berlín

-

-

16

-

-

-

43

Madrid

500

350

-

-

450

500

530

Madrid 1

200

140

50

70

180

200

235

Madrid 2

120

80

50

70

110

120

148

Madrid 3

120

80

50

70

110

120

148

Roma

200

140

80

80

180

200

213

Auditorio

80

80

-

-

-

-

120

Common characteristics of all rooms In some rooms On request

Hotel Tryp Santiago **** Meeting Rooms

Capacities Theatre

School

Imperial

"U"

Cocktail

m2

-

-

149

-

85

67

-

115

95

40

-

105

91

20

-

85

67

-

20

-

85

67

75

-

50

-

125

102

400

200

-

95

-

400

358

150

105

-

-

-

200

163

Theatre

School

Imperial

"U"

Banquet

Cocktail

m2

Sala Belvís

50

35

34

34

65

65

65

Sala Galería

25

15

22

23

22

25

-

Auditorio

125

-

-

-

Vigo A

80

45

-

20

Vigo B

100

60

-

40

Orense

85

65

-

Pontevedra

60

35

-

Lugo

60

35

Coruña

100

Santiago Vigo A+B

Banquet

Common characteristics of all rooms In some rooms On request

Hotel Virxe da Cerca **** Meeting Rooms

Capacities

Common characteristics of all rooms In some rooms On request

Hotel Congreso **** Capacities Theatre

School

Imperial

"U"

Banquet

Cocktail

m2

120

80

-

60

186

200

207

Samos

-

30

-

-

40

-

49

Oseira

110

80

-

55

160

160

160

Samos + Oseira

110

110

-

70

200

210

209

Río Sar

230

190

-

90

240

250

266

-

-

-

-

184

200

224

Río Sar + San Esteban de Sil

230

190

-

90

424

450

490

Betanzos

210

168

-

75

294

285

312

Barbanza

182

143

-

66

240

250

209

Caurel

234

180

-

66

250

300

293

Barbanza + Caurel

312

255

-

-

490

550

502

-

-

-

-

168

206

293 1098

Monasterio de Poio

San Esteban de Sil

ancares

Barbanza + Caurel + Ancares

-

-

-

-

858

756

Muros

50

40

-

32

-

-

75

Noya

-

14

-

-

14

-

25

Portosín

-

14

-

-

-

-

21

Carnota

45

40

-

30

-

-

70

Sobrado

-

14

-

-

-

-

25

Finisterre

-

20

-

-

-

-

35

Common characteristics of all rooms In some rooms On request

Characteristics of Meeting Rooms ****

Meeting Rooms

75

Hotel Los Tilos **** Meeting Rooms

Capacities Theatre

School

Imperial

"U"

Banquet

Cocktail

m2

Fonseca

25

14

-

17

20

40

30

Fonseca + Obradoiro

70

34

-

46

60

100

76

Obradoiro

42

18

-

27

40

70

46

Rosalテュa

200

50

-

60

200

250

292

Troya

20

14

-

17

18

40

29

Common characteristics of all rooms In some rooms On request

Hotel Balneario Compostela *** Meeting Rooms

Capacities Theatre

School

Imperial

"U"

Banquet

Cocktail

m2

O Tremo I

36

20

-

20

-

40

47

O Tremo II

36

20

-

20

-

40

46

Brion

80

62

-

62

90

100

100

Os テ]xeles

145

36

-

36

120

170

220

Obradoiro

250

-

-

-

20

250

320

Common characteristics of all rooms In some rooms On request

Characteristics of Meeting Rooms **** / ***

Hotel Husa Santiago Apテウstol ***

76

Meeting Rooms

Capacities Theatre

School

Imperial

"U"

Banquet

Cocktail

m2

Galicia

250

180

150

70

300

350

360

Sarria

40

24

35

30

-

-

59

Samos

25

15

12

12

-

-

26

-

-

20

20

20

-

36

Cebreiro Common characteristics of all rooms In some rooms On request

Hotel Husa Ciudad de Compostela *** Meeting Rooms Sar Toural

Capacities Theatre 60 -

School 36 -

Imperial 24 8

"U" 24 -

Banquet 24 8

Cocktail 32 8

m2 100 15

Banquet 650 180 180 300 50 40 -

Cocktail 900 300 300 400 70 60 -

m2

Banquet -

Cocktail -

Banquet -

Cocktail 40 70

Common characteristics of all rooms In some rooms On request

Hotel Castro *** Meeting Rooms Camino Real Real I Real II Caribe Camino del Norte Camino FrancĂŠs Camino de la Plata

Capacities Theatre 700 250 250 350 60 50 -

School 700 140 140 290 45 35 -

Imperial 50 50 80 35 25 15

"U" 700 200 200 300 30 30 -

600 300 300 400 63 60 15

Common characteristics of all rooms In some rooms On request

Hotel Hesperia GelmĂ­rez *** Meeting Rooms Obradoiro

Capacities Theatre 180

School 78

Imperial 80

"U" 70

m2

160

Common characteristics of all rooms

On request

Hotel San Carlos *** Meeting Rooms San Carlos Centro de negocios Common characteristics of all rooms In some rooms On request

Capacities Theatre -

School 35 60

Imperial -

"U" 14 24

m2

50 82

Characteristics of Meeting Rooms ***

In some rooms

77

Hotel Herradura *** Meeting Rooms

Capacities Theatre

School

Imperial

"U"

Banquet

Cocktail

m2

-

-

14

-

-

-

35

Sala de reuniones Common characteristics of all rooms In some rooms On request

Hotel Pazo de Altamira *** Meeting Rooms

Capacities Theatre

School

Imperial

"U"

Banquet

Cocktail

m2

-

-

15

-

-

-

40

Sala de reuniones Common characteristics of all rooms In some rooms On request

Hotel Ruta Jacobea *** Meeting Rooms

Capacities "U"

Banquet

Cocktail

m2

Codex

Theatre

School -

Imperial

16

20

-

34

Stella

28

28

35

40

45

Monxoi

45

37

60

55

57

Sal贸n Capra

90

60

140

170

196

Common characteristics of all rooms In some rooms On request

Hotel C. de Vacaciones Monte do Gozo *** Characteristics of Meeting Rooms***

Meeting Rooms

78

Capacidades Theatre

School

Imperial

"U"

Banquet

Cocktail

m2

Xacobeo

-

-

150

200

350

500

474

Santiago

-

-

150

100

180

400

236

Galicia

-

-

-

-

110

210

146

Xacobeo 99

300

150

60

80

-

-

344

Xacobero 93

90

45

30

-

-

-

80

Sala 18

40

20

20

-

-

-

31

Zaragoza

40

20

-

-

-

-

30

Canarias

40

20

20

-

-

-

27

Pa铆s Vasco

-

-

12

-

-

-

30

Common characteristics of all rooms In some rooms On request


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