1 Coworking Spaces in Santiago de Compostela

Centro de Negocios Santiago S.L. in Santiago de Compostela

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About Santiago de Compostela

The town that sees a lot of foot weary pilgrims, it is the last and final stop on the epic Camino de Santiago pilgrimage trail. Santiago de Compostela oozes its history and is the alleged burial site of the biblical apostle St James. The elaborate carved stone facades of the Catedral de Santiago de Compostela where his remains were interred in 1211 face out onto grand plazas within the medieval walls of the old town. The city is a maze of centuries old laneways and stone architecture that have stood as silent witnesses to the countless pilgrims' piety. You can be both wowed and seduced by this beautiful city and now that coworking venues have appeared, you can even stay a while and do some work whilst mingling with the tech savvy locals.

One of the most important economic hubs in Galicia, the city is the seat for organizations such as the Association for Equal and Fair Trade Pangaea. It has a strong culture and local character where you can hear bagpipes wafting across plazas. There are numerous bars dishing up tapas and restaurants overflow with patrons gorging on Galician seafood and local wine. Its stone streets smothered in historical buildings are a treasure trove just waiting to be explored.

Home to the University of Santiago de Compostela that was established in the 16th Century, the city takes on the exuberance and hype of its students in its wicked nightlife that rages into the wee hours of the mornings, both in the new and old towns. As with other bustling towns and cities throughout Spain, Santiago de Compostela has seen a rise in the local tech scene due to the fact that its youth are no longer chasing their dreams overseas, preferring to hang around in their own stomping ground. The startup ecosystem has happened and many creative minds are invading coworking spaces to network, learn new skills and dream up ideas that may turn them into successful entrepreneurs.