The first to flourish a hundred years before any other, the city of Santiago de Compostela rose out of a myth, a Galician saint that conquered Medieval Europe.
Monumental, the kingdom's most important city, its situation and its historical entity combined to make it Galicia's capital.
Gateway to Rome on the Britannia route; Atlantic rock - almost an island - A Coruña has always sailed with the economical winds of the sea in its sails.
An administrative city, a city of traders and entrepreneurs, it was here that the Fast-fashion-system that today governs the world of fashion first emerged.
Awakening from the Middle Ages in the 18th century, in the seafaring town of Ferrol the figures of the Illustration designed new streets applying criteria backed by the force of reason.
From the Royal Arsenal rose the industrial city on the most protected estuary.
All roads lead to Lugo, the sacred forest in which Augustus located the Roman capital of the Galaics.
The imperial wall still surrounds the streets that focus the activity of its proud agricultural horizons.
The nymphs guard the thermal sanctuary. The Roman road crosses the Miño over a stone bridge.
At the crossroads, life flourishes. Episcopal and bourgeois in the Middle Ages, provincial capital in the 19th century, today Ourense is the city that sets the trend in Galician fashion and the agri-food industry.
It takes its name from the ancient Roman bridge Point of departure of ships bound for European ports, at the mount of the Lerez shipowners and traders built Medieval Pontevedra.
Administrative and commercial, the city cultivated the prodigy and today the stone continues to flourish under the shade of the camellias.
All the fish know its name. On the seven seas there are always fishermen who embarked in Vigo, the European fishing capital.
Industrial initiative took this Galaic-Roman village to the category of industrial metropolis of the south of the region.