Santiago

Seek out some locals and learn their tips for your vacation in Santiago in Cape Verde.

Accommodation in Santiago

If you're heading to Santiago, you'll be happy to know that Travelocity's Santiago hotels guide has 11 accommodation options that you can look at.

If you appreciate the finer things in life, reserve a room at the Pestana Trópico or the Residencial Nazare. If you're hoping for more bang for your buck, check out the Hotel Santa Maria, at 30 Rua 5 de Julho, or the Hotel Vip Praia, located at  Avenida Jorge Barbosa.

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Make your way about 11 miles (18 kilometers) northwest from the action of Praia and you'll hit Santiago.

13 miles (21 kilometers) southeast of Santiago is where you'll stumble upon Estadio da Varzea, home turf of the Sporting Clube da Praia and the CD Travadores. After a heart-pumping Sporting Clube da Praia game, follow the crowds draped in green and gold to the local bar.

Take a drive to Assomada, about 5 miles (8 kilometers) to the northwest of Santiago. Here, you can see the Tabanka Museum and Assomada. Don't forget that Santa Cruz, only 5 miles (8 kilometers) to the northeast of Santiago, offers some other inviting attractions, such as Pedra Badejo Municipal Mall and Espinho Branco.

If you and the family have had too much time-out during your vacation, Cape Verde offers a range of stimulating adventures, such as mountain climbing and hiking.

Close your eyes and sit back as the breeze runs through your hair. Cape Verde offers various relaxing activities for all to enjoy, including shore fishing and sunbathing.

How about trying swimming or snorkeling in the Cape Verde region?

Cooking plays a central role in every culture. Don't lose the opportunity to taste the regional dishes. It can be one of the best ways to acquaint yourself with a foreign culture.

Cabbage and tuna are often found in the region's kitchens.

Two meals that best represent the culinary range of the region are catchupa (slow boiled stew) and carne gizado (stewed meat and vegetables). Take a bite of these and you'll start to feel like one of the locals.

End an enjoyable dinner with papauya candy (sweet), a popular dessert, at least once.

If you're going out after dinner, you should order a Ponche (cocktail with brogue, lime and molasses), a popular spirit in this area.

All vacations must come to an end, but your fond memories of this place are sure to last long after you say, "Adeus."

Packages in Santiago

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