Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea, Santiago de Compostela

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Art Museum Museum
Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea is located in Santiago de Compostela. A visit to Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Santiago de Compostela travel itinerary planner to plot your vacation.
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  • I had one of the best meals of my life in the restaurant round the back of this museum. It was in a peaceful and beautiful garden round the back, we had met the chef earlier on the camino, he was so f...  more »
  • I enjoyed my visit here. It was free to get in, interesting exhibitions too. It was very peaceful and cool in there. The park behind the gallery is also really peaceful.  more »
  • Loved the cross shaped piano organs on the wall in the entrance hall, however that was the best thing in the whole place.  more »
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  • *FREE* entrance. It's modern architecture hosts contemporary artists from all over the world exhibiting their works of art and multidisciplinary projects. Exhibitions are renewed quarterly and has a bookstore with a neat selection of books and a restaurant with a terrace in Bonaval park next to the Museo do Pobo Galego.
  • I had one of the best meals of my life in the restaurant round the back of this museum. It was in a peaceful and beautiful garden round the back, we had met the chef earlier on the camino, he was so friendly, and in the restaurant came out to check we were enjoying our food and chat. As I said amazing food, we had a butter bean and lettuce salad and chargrilled octopus...simple food, but so delicious and perfect for the environment, traditional Galician and modern. I could never recreate such delicious food at home.
  • Not the best Alvaro Siza building but sometimes they have nice expositions (I saw three and was never disappointed)
  • Free creepy basement conceptual art.
  • Okay, it is a good place to go to relax and receive inspiration. It is usually well there is also sometimes a little loose but good things. Contemporary art is to taste!
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