Route of Parks
“Between two rivers, one of which is called Sar and the other one Sarela, is located the city of Compostela, the most blissful and sublime of the cities of Spain”, as states the Calixtino Codex manuscript.
A visit to Santiago de Compostela would not be complete without a walk through the green lung of the city, bordering its two rivers. This tourist train route brings us closer to some of its historical parks and forests that other travelers and pilgrims crossed a long time ago…
Starting from the Obradoiro Square, where the Cathedral of Santiago is located, we can admire the main parks and places of interest of the city. From the train cars we will see the Music Park with the Auditorium of Galicia, San Domingos de Bonaval and the Charlemagne Park, in the neighborhood of Fontiñas. We will pass through the Galician Forest on the slopes of Mount Gaiás and the City of Culture, through the Belvís Park and the Collegiate Church of Sar, and we will cross the Alameda before returning to the Obradoiro Square.
The route of the train may undergo some variation due to road works. Sorry for the inconvenience.
The train tour takes you though Santiago de Compostela, an audio guide is included.
• Children under 3: Free
• Children from 4 to 12: 4 €
• Adults: 6 €
Individual tickets are purchased directly from the train attendant.
Maximum permitted change on train 50 €.
Groups of 20 people or more can make their reservation online (pending confirmation according to availability of seats).
Currently OUT OF SERVICE due to the end of season.
Here you can book for groups of 20 people or more, up to 48 hours before the train departure. Indicate the date and time you would like to make your visit and you can enjoy a special rate (pending confirmation according to availability).
For individual tickets and groups of less than 20 people passes are acquired directly on the train.