Complete reports that will help you to know the Camino de Santiago. Culture, legends, gastronomy, advice ... and much more!
The Cross of Santiago is part of the most recognized symbols of the Camino de Santiago, which has a whole historical legacy related to the Jacobean culture
If you visit Asturias during el Camino de Santiago you will be able to taste a lot of meals of their local gastronomy, like the delicious "fabada asturiana".
Advantages and difficulties of each Camino
Time of year, means and departure point
Connections to reach the main points of departure
Essential items and optional luggage for the route
Itineraries for the French route by bike
Consult weather conditions in Galicia
Since its inception, back in the IX century, and until now, Compostela has been converted into a vibrant University City and end of Camino. Don't miss out on the recommendations to ensure maximum enjoyment of this city.
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