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The Camino de Santiago

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21 reviews of The Camino de Santiago

The Millennial Path

Excellent

This Christian pilgrimage route was of great importance during the Middle Ages, leaving an important artistic and cultural imprint across Europe. People have been flowing across this path for ten centuries, and in recent years it's been revitalised so much that it's in danger at times of being overcrowded, contrary to the spirit of the pilgrimage. The Camino has eight main routes across Spain: the sea route, the north route, the Primitivo, the Via de la Plata, the English way, the Portuguese way, and the extension to Finisterre, but the most common route is the Camino Frances, or French Way, which starts in Spain in Valcarlos (Navarra).

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Lost in Wanderlust

You haven't reached well-traveled status until you've walked the Camino De Santiago in Spain. A medieval pilgrimage rich in rolling farmlands and charming villages. This colorful tapestry of history, art, and culture will charm the travel pants off you!

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