Restaurante Ó Dezaseis
Museo do Pobo Galego
A short walk northeast of the Old Town, the former Convento de San Domingo de Bonaval houses large and interesting exhibits on Galician...
Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea
The Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea hosts temporary exhibitions of modern art.
Museo das Peregrinacións
Eight rooms explore the Camino de Santiago phenomenon over the centuries.
A great two-level venue with a chill cafe upstairs and dancing and music (frequently live, of almost all types you can think of)...
O Curro da Parra
With a neat little stone-walled dining room upstairs and a narrow tapas and wine bar below, this relative newcomer serves up a broad...
Lonely Planet review
Wood-beam ceilings and exposed stone walls give an invitingly rustic air to this cellar eatery just outside the Old Town. It's a hearty rather than gourmet experience but has a good atmosphere and is very popular with locals of all types, tucking into specialities like lacón con grelos (ham with greens), grilled octopus or entrecôte steak, or the good-value Monday-to-Friday lunch menu (€12).