It’s a 12th century plaza, popularly known as ‘Forum’. It has been a popular meeting place for a long time. This fact has actually turned one of its streets (a busy shopping area) into a popular on called ‘Preguntoiro’. The interesting fact of this plaza is that it is located within the historic part of the city. You can spend an hour or so just by sitting in any of the road side cafe, enjoy a cup of coffee and watch people passing by.
Beside, in the evening you get to enjoy live music performed by some of the occasional musicians who just randomly sits in any corner of the plaza and starts playing beautiful music. The entire ambience of the plaza changes randomly into a pleasant one.
Plaza Cervantes- Santiago Travel Tips
- Lots of cafes, bars and restaurants are there within the plaza.
- It doesn’t have specific operating hours.
- It’s a nice place for a friendly meetings.
- You get to enjoy free music performed by some of the occasional musicians.
Entrance Ticket Details For Plaza Cervantes- Santiago
- Entry is free.
How to Reach Plaza Cervantes- Santiago
- Nearby Bus Station – Estacion de Autobuses. From here, you need to hire a cab to reach the Plaza.
- Cafe Restaurante Casa Manolo
- O Curro da Parra
- O Pozo (pub)
- O Filandon
- Restaurante Lacobus
- O Elefante
- Casa das Crechas
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92.31% of people who visit Santiago De Compostela include Plaza Cervantes- Santiago in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
33.55% of people start their Plaza Cervantes- Santiago visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Plaza Cervantes- Santiago
52.94% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Plaza Cervantes- Santiago
People normally club together Cathedral Of Santiago Of Compostela Or Catedral De Santiago De Compostela and Museum Of Santiago And The Pilgrimages Or Museo De Las Peregrinaciones while planning their visit to Plaza Cervantes- Santiago.