Safety tips Basque government for the Camino de Santiago

Must "prevent accidents and events," explained the Basque government responsible for presenting the brochures

Fabio
13/05/2016 14:00 '
Camino de Santiago in Euskadi

Camino de Santiago in Euskadi

Would not that be a dangerous activity, but caution is always good, both to make the Camino de Santiago as any other tourist destination where sometimes accompany loneliness if we do not travel in groups.

Therefore, the Basque government has recently published a brochure with safety tips for those pilgrims traveling through this summer Euskadi.In a recent press conference the Basque Security Advisor Estefanía Beltran de Heredia, and the Deputy Minister of Security, Josu Zubiaga, presented the two brochures, with the objective that travelers take precautions.

Recall that the autonomous community is crossed by two routes of the road, the road of the coast and inland road.Must "prevent accidents and events," explained those responsible for the Basque government, and remember that in case of emergency during the Way, should immediately contact the emergency number 112, which operates 24 hours. In addition to tips on how to make the Way, highlight the "basic measures of self-protection".The brochures will be available in Castilian, Basque, English and French and will be distributed in hostels in Euskadi.

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