Wednesday, November 02, 2005

I like so many places in spain but my favourite and the most beautiful one is Tui, where I live.
Who doesn´t dream with a calm city nowadays?If you´re looking for entertainment you can find it in Tui: beautiful sceneries with many green gardens and a monumental zone in which you can visit the marvellous cathedral.
When we talk about accommodation , Tui has many hotels, aparthotels and one fantastic and comfortable parador in which you´ll be well received.
What wouldn´t you give for a dream to come true?
You can visit another country and culture because Tui is bordered to Valença do Minho, Portugal.
Tui will not fail you, Tui is the place where dreams come true, where the Miño river, the Aloia hill and the sky mix together in one beautiful and single piece...
By Paula from Tui.


At 4:16 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think the same that you... Tui have got many places to entertainment, and on the other hand you can visit the gardens an d the differents monumental zones.
I will follow your advice, and I will came back Tui soon.


At 10:30 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

From my point of view Tui is a very interesting city and I want to go there.Thank you for the information but you should mention more about it.


At 11:07 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tui brings me back a lot of memories because when I was a child I went there to the Marista camp many years and I still go every year to Aloia hill. As you, I think that Tui is one of the most beatiful cities in Galicia.

At 11:10 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I believe that Tuy is a very interesting place and I’d like to go there. I think that the text is very good because it summarizes the most important aspects of the city and encourages people to visit it with few words.

At 3:30 AM, Blogger E. Sailor said...

Are you from Tui????
I would like so much to visit Tui, because I don´t know, but you are my friend, so I hope, that one day you invite me to visit you village.
Your description is really interesting,because you describe very well I image taht I will go one day!!!
Kisses from Sober!!

At 12:12 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hello paula..
I have never been in Tui and I want to go because people talk me very well of this place. and I have a good friend in Tui.Probably I expect go to Tui soon.And see the famous cathedral.Too I go to portugal Because I never go.some day probably I see you in Tui.If you want go to Melide I invite you to visit it.BYE-BYE...MARIA MELIDE

At 4:03 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree with you Paula. I like this town very much because it has an especial charm. Maybe for their interesting tourist attractions like its monuments or their views to Portugal, the Miño river…
I like going for a walk to Corredera and visiting the monumental zone with its Gothic cathedral. Besides Tui has a lot of cultural festivals where you can buy typical souvenirs as rings, pendants, skin wallets and purses… you can buy souvenirs of Saint Jackes Way too.
I also love the Aloia hill, I sometimes go there to spend a day, because it’s a very beautiful and quiet place.
Finally, I think Tui is an interesting place to know and I invite people to discover Tui. It’s worth visiting this place.

At 10:34 AM, Blogger E. Rider said...

Hello Paula! I agree with you. Tui is a calm and beautiful town.
But Tui has a problem, in my opinion. It has a train station but the train stops in Guillarei , why is this?

At 11:38 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think that your information is a good tourist guide of Tui, but I think that you could give more information about the monuments, restaurants, hotels… that tourists can visit and activities to enjoy themselves. However I will visit your city some day.

At 11:52 AM, Blogger E. Rider said...

I agree with you, since Tuy is a beautiful place. It isn’t very large but it's a concentrated and cosy place.
In Tuy you can find from historic monuments to good discotheques. It’s a place very visited for tourists because its cathedral, its mount Aloia, its calmnes and nice landscapes in the bank of the river Miño, between others things.


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