MADRID, AUG 10 – A program of night-time guided tours of the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, one of the symbolic places of this city in north-western Spain, kicks off today. This is learned from a note from the cathedral officials. The visits will be possible in two shifts, one at 10.30 pm and 11 pm (on Fridays only at 11 pm), for a maximum number of 25 tourists at a time. The duration will be about 90 minutes and the cost of 25 euros per person. They can be booked on the cathedral’s official website (https://entradas.catedraldesantiago.es/). One of the objectives of the program is to “enhance” part of the most recent restoration work recently carried out in the basilica, including a new lighting system. (HANDLE).