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Walking the Camino de Santiago in the Middle Ages

Was it difficult to walk the Camino in the Middle Ages? Discover all the secrets of medieval pilgrims Would you like to know more about the attire of medieval pilgrimage? Did you know that the scallop shell is one of the elements that is still in use today? Keep reading to get into one of...

Restoration works inside the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela

Today we will bring you relevant information about the restoration works inside the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. If the last year, we could appreciate the results of the remodelling works in the façade, now it is the moment for the inner. During these works, the masses will be given at other different churches. Get...

Pet-friendly route on the Camino Francés

Today we will bring you a new pet-friendly route: the last 100 km. on the Camino Francés accompanied by our best friend. More than ever, pets are Members of the family, so it is increasingly popular to walk the Camino with them. Did you know dogs can get their own pilgrim passport? We know that...

Via Francigena, pilgrimage for 8 celebrities

8 celebrities, with different motivations and religious orientation, traverse together the Via Francigena. An amazing example to see how the pilgrimage routes can be the perfect trail to establish a link of peace and humanity all over the world. During two weeks, beautiful landscapes and great adventures direct them to Rome, after running one thousand...

Interview with Karin Kiser

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. Many people have been sharing their own experiences along the Camino, as...

Easter traditions in La Via Francigena

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,...

Celabration of the 500th Anniversary of Leonardo’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 some of the Master’s piece of art....

The Primitive Way, a spiritual trip

Today we will discover the oldest route of the Camino de Santiago: the Primitive Way More than a thousand years ago, it was the Camino crossed by the King Alfonso II  when he visited the grave of St. James the Apostle.  The Primitive Way is one of the most beautiful Caminos to Santiago de Compostela,...

Via Francigena, the new routes in Italy

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. Today we will discover one of...

The Portuguese Camino is a safer route

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,...
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