Husa Hotel Aparthotel Ciudad de Lugo
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
Photos of Husa Hotel Aparthotel Ciudad de Lugo
TripAdvisor Reviews Husa Hotel Aparthotel Ciudad de Lugo
Travel Blogs from Lugo
... and inside the church was his grave and an altar for the pilgrims. Such a nice touch in a gorgeous stone church. Views were sensational everywhere. We had arrived too early for lunch, so it was coffee in the sun to keep warm at that altitude. Then moving on before we got too cold. Really pretty little place. From there it was up and down for a while, with a final climb to Alto do Polo at 1335 metres. This is actually the highest point on ...
What a pitiful morning! Walking up a mountain in sleeting rain, wind blowing! Very cold! I could not feel my fingers! We finally stopped in a bar because I was so cold. We had coffee and then I heard they had lentil soup! It was so fabulous... Only 10:00 in the morning but man was it perfect!
Very hard to put our wet clothes on and ...
... LaFaba as we arrived the day before, in the uphill muddy track that went for over half a kilometre through the village of 20 people and then out on to the main track. The 5 kms to O'Cebreiro was as difficult as we have climbed but we were rewarded with fantastic views of the mountains and valleys as we walked. The weather was fine today which is a treat in this part of the world. O'Cebreiro is infamous in ...
... many housed) next to it and they live clearly on the bottom and so does the families live upstairs! Very warm in there though. No health department over regulation here, just use your brains.
Cows rule. As they come through the streets please move over. I ponder at the herders who put up with pilgrims all day while they try to move their cows between paddocks and to get milked down the same roads the pilgrims use. They are so patient - ...
... It was built in the 6th century- there is an entrance that dates back to that time- see photo. I arrived just as guided tour was about to begin- one of the pilgrims spoke Spanish which was a help since the vert helpful guide spoke little English. Time space and knowledge defy a full description but here are a few of the highlights I recall with some photos to support.
1. In full bloom there were over 200 monks in various stages becoming monks. At present there are just 15 ...