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Camino de Santiago Tour - GaliWonders
Did you know there is one Camino walk for each pilgrim?  It is commonly said that there are as many Camino de Santiago routes, as pilgrims walking them. But, which one should you choose? Here you have the ultimate Camino walk test: answer some simple questions, add the points to get a score, and discover the...
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Cuántos días lleva hacer el Camino de Santiago
To know how many days does it take to walk the Camino de Santiago, we must bear in mind different factors  There are many pilgrims who get in contact with us asking how many days does it take to walk the Camino de Santiago. This is a really open question, since there are different Jacobean routes...
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Leyendas del Camino de Santiago
There are many myths and legends related to the Camino de Santiago, let’s discover some of them. From the Middle Ages to our days, there have always been myths and legends related to the Camino de Santiago. Usually, these stories refer to the miracles made by St James the Apostle, the Virgin Mary and other...
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El Camino de Santiago
 Thousands of Pilgrims walk the Caminode Santiago every year. Today we will talk about 4 celebrities that decided to take on this adventure. The Camino de Santiago is one of the oldest pilgrimage routes in the world, that dates back from the end of the IX century. The news about the relics attributed to the...
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Camino Frances
One of the positive aspects of walking the Camino de Santiago, is the chance to visit cities, towns and small villages along the way. Places not so well known, like Arzúa. Arzúa is one of those small towns that help pilgrims to get some rest when they are about to finish walking the full French...
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After a long time away, today were are delighted to be back with our #CaminoTales section: your stories about the Way of St James. Krista is from Halafix (Nova Scotia, Canada), and she walked the Way of St James for the first time in 2014. She decided to do the French Way, from León to...
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Camino de Santiago walk Galiwonders
Trevor Huxmhan walked the French Way and the Finisterre Way A few weeks ago we decided to create a directory with Blogs related to the Camino de Santiago, mainly written by international English speaking pilgrims. We thought it would be very interesting to know how this experience was seen by those who have to travel...
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Camino de Santiago tour galiwonders
You have been thinking about doing the Camino de Santiago for a while now. You have read all the existing blogs, watched all documentaries and video-experiences on Youtube and, of course, the movie “The Way”. And you are finally decided, you have your travel dates, your preferred route, and your are starting to be mentally ready...
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All Pilgrims interested on the Camino de Santiago have heard of the French Way, as it is the most popular route towards our final destination. However, very few people know about the origins of this pilgrimage route, and that’s exactly what we want to talk about today. The French Way: its origins After the death...
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 These year we have received quite a number of queries asking for guided tours on the Camino de Santiago. Even tough the French Way is really well marked (particularly its last 100 km, from Sarria to Santiago), many Pilgrims prefer to walk with an experienced English speaking guide, and be part of a group, specially...
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