With an increase of 84 seats and the creation of two new routes, the Thermal and the Way of Santiago and Lamprey and Wine County, this summer Galicia will have a new edition of program called Galicia to all Train, which it works through institutional collaboration between the Xunta de Galicia, Renfe and the Provincial de Ourense through INORDE. Thus, between June and October, a total of nine tourist trains will cross the different thematic routes: Lighthouses, between Ribadeo and Ferrol; Pazos and the Historic Gardens, between Santiago and Vigo; and the five wine trails that cover the areas of the Rias Baixas, Ribeira Sacra, Ribeiro, Monterrei and Valdeorras territories in which the Galician wines are produced with designation of origin.
The two new routes, the Thermal Train and Camino de Santiago circulate between A Coruña and Lugo 1 and 22 October and show the Galician spa options, such as spa Guitiriz, and the Northern Way, declared a World Heritage humanity in 2015 while the train Route of the Lamprey and Wine County will exit from Santiago de Compostela on June 21 and September 19 and will bring visitors to the banks of the river Minho, by providing a heritage ethnographic focused on lamprey. This tour also offers, for example, visit the Pazo de Lourizán and its gardens, containing a sample of forest botany of extraordinary importance in Galicia, and a pause in Pontevedra eating and sightseeing. In addition, the tour includes a visit to a winery in the appellation of origin Rias Baixas.
A complete offer to discover Galicia
The supply of this program is complemented by another year, with the Tren del Peregrino, the train spas and Galicia Rail Pass, through which can respectively experience the Camino de Santiago, enjoy the Hydrotherapy Galician or travel by train throughout Galicia to meet its many resources.
In addition, this year will be visited Santiago luxury train larger, more spacious world, the Al-Andalus. The train made a trip in July and another in August, marking a milestone of great importance for the Community and the Camino de Santiago. All these initiatives allow you to discover different areas of Galicia in a unique way, increasing the competitiveness of the Community as a tourist destination and promoting the sustainable development of the sector.