Professional Tourist Guides Association - Galicia
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Directions to Professional Tourist Guides Association
The Professional Tourist Guides Association are based in Santiago de Compostela and regulates and represents tourist guides in Galicia. Their goal is to help deliver a memorable stay for you experiencing the culture, nature and the gastronomy of Galicia.
They organise daily scheduled guided tours of Santiago de Compostela throughout the year. This walking tour includes the Cathedral,Parador and Old Town and starts at 12:00 and from April 1st to October 15th is twice a day, at 12:00 and at 18:00. Although the tours are in spanish there are tours in english (and other languages) too but check in advance regarding availability etc by sending them an email. You can make make a reservation here. The meeting point is the square Praza das Platerías, close to the fountain. The guide carries a yellow umbrella, one of the symbols of the Association. The price per person is 12€ (taxes included) and free for children aged up to 12 years old, accompanied by an adult.
There are guided tours of the main cities including La Coruña,Ferrol,Lugo,Ourense,Pontevedra,Santiago and Vigo. How about walking along the French Way,the Way to Finisterre or other Pilgrim Routes? There are lots of tours to enjoy:
Province of La Coruña
The Coast of Death,O Barbanza, As Mariñas in the City of La Coruña and Ferrol and the north.
Province of Lugo
A Mariña Luguesa,the mountains of Lugo and Ribeira Sacra.
Province of Ourense
Ribeira Sacra,a tour around Allariz, Celanova and Vilanova dos Infantes and the Ribeiro wine region.
Province of Pontevedra
O Baixo Miño,the lands of Morrazo, the ría de Arousa and the Roads to Portugal: Tui and O Condado.
For more details of all these places click here.
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