The season is taking off in 2017 and more and more are beginning to plan their trip in the face of good weather, but where do the pilgrims who make the Camino de Santiago come from?
We tell you the history and the different routes of the Camino de Santiago from Oviedo
Garlic soup is a typical recipe of the Castilian community and has been cooked since ancient times.
Anyone who has already traveled any of the routes of the Camino de Santiago can confirm it: The Camino de Santiago has incredible landscapes throughout its route. Whatever the starting point, along the paths that lead us to the city of Compostela, we can observe rivers, seas, trails, wide fields and all kinds of scenes that leave more than one with an open mouth.
We reveal a series of recommendations to improve your Camino de Santiago, which will help you avoid possible uncomfortable situations
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