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Pilgrimage to Rome: the Via Francigena for 8 british famous personalities Last Friday, 5th April, at 9 pm on BBC Two, they transmitted the 1st Episode of the Via Francigena Pilgrimage to Rome. The entire experience can be followed on the British channel in different episodes. The team  This heterogeneous group of walkers was formed...
Today we interview Karin Kiser, author from renowned best sellers as Lighten Your Load, who has just published two new pocket guides. Doubtlessly, these guides will help you to have a different vision of the Camino, both before, during and after doing it. Presentation of the books From the two books that Karin Kiser wrote...
Today we will discover some of the most popular Easter traditions in La Via Francigena The Holy Week is almost there and, for this reason, we would like to talk about the different ways to celebrate these special days in La Via Francigena. During this week, you will be able to celebrate ancient rituals but,...
500th Anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci’s death In 2019 we are celebrating a great master, who passed away exactly 500 years ago: Leonardo da Vinci.The press and media worldwide are already paying attention to this special event. Even though the anniversary of his death will be May the 2nd, many exhibitions have already started to show...
Today we will discover the oldest route of the Camino de Santiago: the Primitive Way Brief history The Primitive Way, also known as the Original Way, is the oldest pilgrimage route to Santiago, although one of the less known paths too. It is an arduous and physical demanding path, but it comprises the richest adventure...
We already know that walking has become an increasingly popular activity.  Its practice goes beyond the simple physical exercise, after all. There are many reasons why people choose to walk. For instance, we can see benefits in our minds, as an example in our ability to generate new ideas. The benefits of walking Some of...
Some stretches of the Portuguese Camino have been diverted Pilgrims walking the Portuguese Camino will be a on a safer route from now on. Why? The stretch from A Picaraña to O Faramello used to be through the shoulder of the National Road (N-550). Now, it has been diverted and passes through a pine forest,...
The Galiwonders team will be at the Celtic Connections festival in Glasgow We will be traveling to Scotland with the Galician Cluster of Tourism, as part of an internationalization mission to promote our region  What is the Celtic Connections Festival?  Celtic Connections is the annual folk music festival. It is an international event that celebrates...
We are looking for a Camino de Santiago expert We are looking for a professional passionate about tourism, particularly about the Camino de Santiago, for our new office in Pontevedra. Are you used to working in English? Are you an organized, flexible and decisive person? Do you have any kind of experience in the tourism...
FITUR will take place in IFEMA (Madrid) from the 23rd to the 27th of January This year the Galiwonders team will be in FITUR (International Tourism Trade Fair), with the Galician Tourism Board. We will be there the 24th (afternoon), 25th and 26th of January. FITUR is one of the most popular tourism shows in...
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