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11 Calle de Daoiz y Velarde
This is one of Santander's best loved churches, located in the well known Plaza de Cañadío, also a popular spot for an evening drink. The neo baroque ...
calle San José
The church's most outstanding feature is the lofty tower on the west-facing façade, topped by an elegant pinnacle. The three-storey building follows typically ...
7 Calle de Andres del Río
This gallery is in the city center, near the Puerto Chico (Small Port). It offers a dynamic programme of exhibitions throughout the year. It specialises in contemporary Spanish art, particularly ...
Everything from books, clothes, music, shoes and CDs can be purchased here. Take time to relax in one of the busy pavement cafes which cluster around Plaza Rey Juan Carlos I at the far ...
avenida del Stadium
This park is in the extreme east of the city, in the popular summer neighborhood of El Sardinero . Pathways wind their way through it, past fountains, ornate stone benches ...
7 Calle de Castelar
One of the most intriguing galleries is located on the ground level of the Siboney building in the middle of Calle Castelar. Galería Siboney ...
calle Jerónimo Sainz de la Maza
The bullring is in the west of the city, near the Cuatro Caminos Roundabout and Plaza de Mexico. It was inaugurated in 1890 and has been well maintained. The ...
26 Calle de Daoiz y Velarde
This gallery was inaugurated in 1992, and is located on a street parallel to Paseo de Pereda. The walls are adorned with the works of contemporary ...
Plaza del Generalísimo
Popularly known as Plaza del Ayuntamiento due to the presence of the Municipal Council building, this square can be considered the hub of the city. It is always busy, with as many ...
calle Marqués de la Hermida
If you yearn for the seafaring life, don't miss visiting Santander's busy fishing quarter. Originally located around Puerto Chico (Small Port), it moved to its new site when the port was ...