Having spoken to a few people yesterday about the Portuguese Caminho I thought I will re-share this post. Happy planning. 👣👣👣
Starting in the vibrant beautiful city of Lisboa in Portugal and walking north over 675km to the equally beautiful city of Santiago de Compostela in Spain is the Caminho Portugese. This route is one of many Camino routes that end at the Catherdral in Santiago, Spain. Walking a pilgrimage has become more popular over recent years thanks to movies and documentaries like ‘The Way’, ‘Walking the Camino: Six ways to Santiago’, as well as more information that is available on social media sites like Facebook. The most well known of the Camino walks being the Frances Route, starting in St Jean Pied de Port in France, then heads west to Santiago.
When walking one of these Camino’s (Caminho in Portuguese) you are following yellow painted arrows across a country collecting stamps in a pilgrim’s passport or credential. I liken this to a ‘Where’s Walley’ game. The arrows can be painted…
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