Bus

Take the bus Transporte de Galicia at the station Malpica de Bergantiños.

The journey takes approximately 1 h 43 m. Ticket price is about €6. The travel distance is 66 km.

Carrier is Transporte de Galicia.

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Taxi

Take the taxi at the Malpica.

The journey takes approximately 1 h 3 m. Ticket price is about €110. The travel distance is 63 km.

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Get off at the Santiago de Compostela.


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Drive

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The journey takes approximately 1 h 3 m. The travel distance is 63 km.

Get off at the Santiago de Compostela.


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The cheapest way to travel from Malpica to Santiago-de-Compostela is by taking a Bus with an average price of €6. The journey takes approximately 1 h 43 m.

Taxi is the fastest way to travel from Malpica to Santiago-de-Compostela. Tickets cost €110. The journey takes approximately 1 h 3 m.

Malpica is approximately 63 km away from Santiago-de-Compostela. The trip by car takes 1 h 3 m.

Yes! There is a direct bus with no transfers to this destination. The route is served by the Transporte de Galicia company. Tickets cost about €6. A bus trip from Malpica to Santiago-de-Compostela will take 1 h 43 m.

The average journey time by car between Malpica and Santiago-de-Compostela is 1 h 3 m.

What to Do in Santiago de Compostela

Santiago de Compostela

Santiago de Compostela is a city steeped in history and full of charms. From its stunning architecture to the delicious food, there is plenty to see and do here.   The most important site to visit is the cathedral, which was built on the remains of an earlier church. The interior is filled with ornate chapels and beautiful stained glass windows. There are also several museums worth checking out, including the Museum of Fine Arts and the Museo de Bellas Artes. Another must-see is the Old Town, which lies on a hill above the city centre. It’s a charming maze of narrow streets with whitewashed buildings dating back to the 16th century. If you have time, wander down into the bars and restaurants that line Calle San Francisco for some great food and atmosphere.