After visiting Santiago de Compostela, Enyevent Solutions offers to the participants to explore others cities of the Galician region, rich in history, in connoisseurs of fine gastronomy and extraordinary landscapes...

La Coruña: Situated beside the Atlantic Ocean, Coruña is a historic city whose history has maintained close links with its old fishing and commercial port. The peninsula on which the Old City stands also contains the Tower of Hercules, one of the symbols of the city, which is an interesting Romanesque collection of streets, squares and medieval churches.The team members can start the visit by following the new promenade along the seashore, which is one of the longest in Europe, and that will take you to the beaches Playa del Orzan and Playa Riazor. You may stop in Playa del Orzan to visit the Domus Museum or Casa del Hombre, a museum that combines Anthropology, Natural History and Sciences, and also interesting interactive exhibitions.
To continue the visit, your group cannot miss the Castle of San Antón, a fortress dating from the 16th century, located on a small island and artificially connected to the mainland; the Castillo de San Diego, which houses the Archaeological Museum of La Coruña, and situated on the opposite side of the bay; la Casa de los Peces, an aquarium with over 300 species, and the beautiful churches.Rias altas (boat trip)

Rias Baixas: In the southwest of Galicia, from Monte Louro in Muros to the mouth of the River Miño, the Rías Baixas display the colour of a sea that penetrates into the land. The landscapes are full of history, and the small fishing towns and cities very welcoming to enjoy your trip at any time of the year.
In the morning, you will leave the hotel with your private coach towards Padrón, where we’ll visit Santiaguiño do Monte. Then the visit continues to Catoira, a village which has one of Galicia’s most impregnable defensive fortresses, the Torres de Arzobispo, and Cambados, the capital of the world famous Albariño white wine. You can also enjoy a boat trip along the Ria.
An excursion in the Rías Baixas is also the ideal moment to taste the best cuisine in Galicia: fine recipes with fish and seafood that are best enjoyed when accompanied with a typical wine of this land.

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