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Camino Portuguges Ponte de Lima
Many visitors from abroad marvel at the persistence and beauty of Roman roads that have survived more than two millennia of travel. On the Camino de Santiago, past travelers would travel north from Braga in Portugal to Santiago de Compostela, or west from Astorga in Spain back to Santiago de Compostela. Those ancient pilgrims traveled...
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Samos Camino Frances
One of the most breathtaking parts of walking or biking the Camino de Santiago is the small side trips you can take if you know where to look. Certainly the main routes to Santiago de Compostela are impressive, but along the Way, pilgims in Galicia can stop off at the village of Samos, for instance,...
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Camino Finisterre
The traditional finale of the Camino de Santiago is the medieval city of Santiago de Compostela, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that has been a major destination for pilgrims for more than a millennium. But even though it can be easy to wander in the dazzling collection of abbeys, cathedrals, and shrines that makeup the...
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Porto Cathedral Camino de Santiago
The vivid and intricate blue-patterned tiles that adorn much of the historic architecture in Porto, Portugal are a unique feature sure to draw the eye when starting on Portugues routes of Camino de Santiago. These tiles, known asĀ azulejos, also appear in small towns and villages along one’s route north in Portugal on Camino Portugues on...
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Vigo Spain
One of the great things about traveling along the Camino de Santiago is that you get to really dig deep and learn about all the places that pre-date the Camino and how the Camino and the villages dotting the landscape continue to sustain each other. One of the most historically, culturally and religiously significant routes...
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Camino Portugues
In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue. You know the rhyme, but did you know that remnantsĀ of Christopher Columbus’ journey dapple the Camino de Santiago? Along the Portuguese Coastal and Central routes, you pass through several important historical sites where you can learn about the Iberian Peninsula’s rich maritime history. Here are a handful of...
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Camino Frances
The Camino de Santiago, also known as the Way of St. James, was one of the most common paths of pilgrimage during the Middle Ages. The path technically began at the pilgrim’s door, but there were a dozen routes that all led through Spain to Santiago de Compostela, where the remains of Saint James were...
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