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Autumn is a great station to visit Santiago de Compostela. Without the agglomerations of summer, the city can be enjoyed calmly and offers, in addition, a cultural and entertainment program varied and aimed at all audiences. The season of the Real Fhilarmonía de Galicia begins, the many Compostela museums (Cidade da Cultura, Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea...) raise all kinds of activities, music festivals (CortaPega, Outono Códax Festival), cinema (Curtocircuito) and even puppets (Galicreques)... In the autumn there are also very popular celebrations in the Galician culture and, of course, you have to talk about good food: it's time for chestnuts, 'caldo galego' or succulent and strong 'cocido'. The agenda, you see, is full. For that reason, we have decided to help you with a selection of the appointments that we believe are essential.
During the day Compostela is crowded of people, and at night it would not be less! Bars, pub, live music ... Compostela Net Hotels takes you out of bed and takes you to discover the stars of the Compostela night.
It's here! Summer has already come! And with the sun, arrives a very busy schedule in the Galician capital. Are you ready? Charge the batteries, CNH takes you to party!
Being a mother is much more than giving birth. Being a mother means loving and caring for your child even before you can see them. It is to teach them to walk, to talk, is to see them cry and not know what to do. For all this and more, you deserve to celebrate your day as you deserve, although, for us, Mother's Day should be every day!
That Galicia has a great religious tradition is no secret. Our parties and celebrations tend to revolve around the Christian holidays and there are no towns and municipalities whose names refer to the saints. The Galician capital could not be less, receiving its name, Compostela, from a biblical passage. Therefore, what better place than Santiago to enjoy the Easter holidays? In CNH we give you the keys to immerse yourself in the Galician Easter.
With st. Valentine's Day just around the corner, I'm sure you'll already be thinking about how to make that special someone has her best lovers day. At CNHotels we know how important it is for you to make it a memorable day, that's why we invite you to discover the most romantic face of Santiago with your partner. Love is in the air!
Christmas has arrived in Santiago and in Compostela Net Hotels we are eager to celebrate! In such special days, our beloved city is filled with light, decorations and an atmosphere as endearing as indescribable. From our hotels, we present you some of the best plans to celebrate these important dates in Compostela.
December has just arrived and the calendar is about to run out of pages. In CNH Hotels, we can't be mroe excited about jumping into 2018. With all its breaks, holidays and party seasons in our beloved Compostela, how can we not be? From our group we have selected for you the best dates to come to Santiago and enjoy the wonderful rooms of our hotels.
The December break is just around the corner and we cannot think of a better option than to come to Santiago. As much as if you fancy a few days of relax as if you prefer a plan full of activities and fun, the capital of Galicia has something made for you. Do you want to know our reasons for choosing Compostela? Here are five of them!
The longest night of the year is approaching and, as it has been happening for some time, the city of Santiago gets ready to receive it in a big way with its squares full of people around showy and magical bonfires.
With the spring arrives to the calendar one of the most important annual festivities: Holy Week, a date that in Santiago is lived with special devotion for the beauty of its processions and for the wide offer of leisure that is deployed throughout the city.
Music, confetti, masks, feathers and color flood every year from the end of February until early March the streets of Santiago de Compostela on the occasion of the celebration of the "Entroido", the Galician Carnival.
With the arrival of a new year many travelers begin to organize your holidays. To make easier the task of planning an escape to Santiago de Compostela we have gathered the main holidays in Spain so that you do not miss any opportunity to visit this beautiful city.
The San Pedro neighborhood, in Santiago de Compostela, will celebrate on December 17 and 18 the V edition of Mercado da Estrela, an event in which artisans from Galicia come together to offer their best works surrounded by good music and a Varied gastronomic offer.
November is just around the corner and the smell of roasted chestnuts and permeates the streets of Santiago. Compostela Net Hotels offers you the chance to enjoy first person of our cultural tradition and live fully the feast of the magostos.
As each month of may, Santiago celebrates the Festival of the Ascension, one of the most important celebrations of the city in which the youth participates in a way active since they match before the end of the academic year.
If something you can brag about the compostelan Holy week is that their footsteps through the streets and squares of a city heritage. Without a doubt, an exceptional setting in which you can see 17 processions which represents the passion, death and resurrection of Christ, remembering the historico-religiosos events.
The calendar tells us: December day the weekends, holidays and vacations shake hands. On announcing the winter they serve to show the most intimate and peaceful face of Santiago de Compostela: the capital of Galicia pilgrim shown less introspective and more, an open opportunity to roam their secrets and discover another face and other flavors of Compostela. We leave five proposals for Christmas in Santiago de Compostela.
It is very more-than-likely essential titles escape us because we hope that you, dear readers, we also remember eternal works of the screen. And whether dont known Cineuropa or have not yet been to Santiago, do not worry, here are a few titles to remember why Santiago is the capital of cinema November
A tradition sa little bit imported, a little bit aboriginal but always promising. If you want to enjoy Compostela in autumnal mode, the All Saints holidays brings the aura of mystery that makes Compostela experience something even more unforgettable: ancient cemeteries converted into parks full of fog, local themed Halloween parties, gastronomic delights and the opportunity to check in Santiago rain is art. These are some of the reasons to visit Santiago de Compostela on the Day of the Dead.