Newcastle upon Tyne to Santiago de Compostela flights from £30
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Santiago de Compostela travel tips
1) Come to see the College of San Xerome in the central part of Santiago de Compostela
San Jeronimo College is located on the southern side of Plaza del Obradoiro. It's one of four buildings encircling the central square of Santiago de Compostela. The college was established in 1501 and today is the seat of the Rector of the University of Santiago. The building will definitely impress you with the stunning exterior design, decoration of doors, windows, and other elements.
2) Listen to live music and enjoy cocktails at Borriquita de Belém
The name of the venue translates as 'Little Donkey of Bethlehem.' This place is always overcrowded, as you can order tasty cocktails, wine, gin, and tonic. Every night, different music sets (jazz, reggae, blues, and flamenco) are played here. Visit Borriquita de Belém at 22 Rúa de San Paio de Antealtares. The bar operates from 09:00 to 02:30 Monday — Saturday.
3) Try out cocido to explore a traditional Galician winter dish in Santiago de Compostela
Cocido is a popular dish of Galician cuisine. It's a mix of pork shoulders, ears, or other parts with chorizo, potatoes, and cabbage. You can also sprinkle the dish with olive oil and add some spices. This local delicacy will warm you up in the freezing winter. Restaurants usually serve it only one or a few days in winter.
Spain COVID-19 travel restrictions
Latest COVID-19 restrictions
- Travel is allowed with restrictions
- No proof of negative pre-departure COVID-19 test is required for vaccinated travelers
- No quarantine is required
Most travelers from Newcastle, NCL can enter Spain, but there are restrictions.
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