Santo Domingo de Bonaval Park, Santiago de Compostela
(4.6/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
Santo Domingo de Bonaval Park is located in Santiago de Compostela. Add Santo Domingo de Bonaval Park to your Santiago de Compostela travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Santiago de Compostela travel itinerary maker.
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  • Is an area very quiet, with trees trees that in this time of the year (autumn) charge a colorful spectacular, to the be in area up have some good views on Santiago for the photographs; It is muytranquilo and are well young people relaxing on the grass or people walking your pet, is just behind the museo do pobo galego and communicates with the of the Almaciga, which is probably the point more high in the city with which the views of either side are second to none.
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  • And that there are many, but the Bonaval, altogether is the best, in my humble opinion. It has large expanses of green, the area of the Church and the old monastery, the botanical part, sources,... is perfect for walking and enjoying nature in the heart of Santiago.
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  • The Bonaval Park is an immense green area in the Centre of Santiago. Much frequented by tourists, but for Spanish above all by the proximity to residential neighborhoods. The locals enjoying the Park to perform physical exercises and walking animals. When I went, I saw some couples talking, a group making picnic and many jogging. But back to the Park: In the whole Park complex are the Galician Centre of contemporary art, the Convento Santo Sunday, an old cemetery and the Museum of the Galician People. Anyway, it's a great place to walk in Santigo, allowing outdoor activity, with great views of the city.
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