The most important aspect of the Plaza Cervantes is its location. It is centrally located, surrounded by feeder streets, shops and restaurants, as well as vendors, including a book store that sells English language books for those occasions when you run out of reading material. Because of its location it serves as a great meeting place for those who have... 更多
There are a number of bars and restaurants along this Plaza, catering for both locals and tourists.It is quite busy during the day, but less so in the evening. Have a drink at one of the tables on the pavement and watch the world go by, Galicia style.
At the time of our stay in Santiago this market was full of local producers selling their fresh produce on the street, which gave it a particularly nice colour to the grey of the streets of teh city.
The fountain is on the Camino and is a perfect spot to watch entering Pilgrims while enjoying a glass of Mencia. There are many restaurants and shops for browsing and many streets to explore. Worth a relaxing few hours.
Central location - easy to incorporate into a walk. I went through here several times whilst in the town. There was quite an interesting book fair set up around the base of the central pillar on one occasion (Saturday). Several places nearby to sit with a drink.
In the old city of Santiago,close to the Cathedral,this small and quiet plaza is typical of Spain. The statue of Cervantes lies just in the middle of it.