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2 City of Santiago de Compostela Parking A Rosa

€4.70

City of Santiago de Compostela Parking A Rosa
City of Santiago de Compostela Parking A Rosa

0.51 Km

About parking in Santiago de Compostela

Worried about finding parking in Santiago? ParkVia can help. To save you time and money, we offer the option of pre-booking a parking space before your trip, for a smoother arrival on the day. Parking in Santiago is available in secure car parks monitored by CCTV that work with ParkVia. Open 24 hours and day, 7 days a week, these car parks offer parking in Santiago at affordable prices and in undercover spaces.

Choose your parking option by inserting the dates and times of your stay into our booking form at the top of the page. A personalised quote will then show what parking options are available and at what prices. It's up to you to choose which ever parking in Santiago best suits your needs, after which you can secure your space in just a few minutes.

Don't waste your time or money next time you visit Santiago, choose parking with ParkVia for peace of mind and a great travelling experience!

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About the city of Santiago

Santiago de Compostela, commonly known as simply Santiago, is a city in the north west of Spain, and capital of the Galicia region. Best known for being where the cathedral that is the end of the St. James Way is found, a major Catholic pilgrimage undertaken by hundreds of thousands each year.

The city's religious importance is also the source of much of its tourism, as many who do not travel the St. James Way nevertheless travel to the city by plane or car to visit its sights, both religious and otherwise. Santiago also has a historical city centre that was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1985.

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