The pilgrims will have to take a detour that extends the journey until the end of the year
In the last hours pilgrims are having some problems as they pass through San Lázaro. The last stretch of the French Way is being affected by the public works of the freeway AP-9. This will make the bridge of San Lázaro impassable until the end of the year, forcing the pilgrims to have to deviate to enter the city of Santiago de Compostela.
Walkers should turn around Monte do Gozo. With this detour you will reach the Calle de las Estrelas to head Fernando Casas Novoa Street. They will return to the usual road, turning off by Miguel Ferro Caaveiro street. Now must be done taking a detour of about 2 kilometers. The public works are expected to last about 4 months.
The problem is not the new improvised route, but the notorious and understandable confusion of the pilgrims, who once reached this cut step do not know where to continue the French Way. Not only the pilgrims who arrive in Santiago have been affected by the public works; Have been many vehicles that this morning have tried to cross the street cut and have had to deviate by the freeway AG-54. And is that this stretch is also common for all those who want to get from the city to Lavacolla.
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