Discover its Roman origin as the first city of Gallaecia and feel like a sentry walking round the Roman Wall, a World Heritage Site. The surroundings of the Cathedral of Santa María talk about the legends of San Froilán and María Castaña, and the Camino Primitivo reminds us of the steps of the first pilgrims to Compostela.

The cheerful atmosphere transforms the city during San Froilán and the Arde Lucus festivities, and throughout the year the wines and tapas are a claim in the historic centre, because as the saying goes “E para comer, Lugo”, Lugo is the place to eat out.

From Lugo you can visit the source of the Miño River, part of the Terras do Miño Biosphere Reserve, explore the settlement Castro de Viladonga in the Terra Chá and discover the enigmatic church of Santa Eulalia de Bóveda.

Explore the mountain of O Courel and venture into the landscape of Os Ancares getting surrounded by its rich natural and ethnographic heritage.

Come along to Lugo!

Discover the charm of Galicia