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The "Road Less-Traveled" Way offers pilgrims a way to experience the camino in a more special way.
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Discover the cultural differences in Portugal to immerse yourself into the
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Choosing to walk the Camino Portugues takes a lot of preparation; jump into this guide for logistics of planning your Way!
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For those who have a dozen days to walk, the Portuguese Coast Path is a journey worth visiting for all people who love the sea.
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All exercise is good for your health. However, walking is the simplest way to start. Just leave home and head towards the destination that always awaits you.
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Many people who want to do the millennial stretch don't do it because they think it takes weeks or even months. However, they couldn't be more wrong.
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The Camino de Santiago is full of adventures, hidden routes and curiosities. Read this article to find out more!
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Arriving in Santiago is an exercise in willpower, vitality and energy that you consume during the walk to your desired location.
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The Camino de Santiago, like a nation, has its symbols. However, instead of flags and hymns, there are greetings that allow you to identify who the pilgrims are, arrows and much more!
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There are many ways to make the journey and books are one of them. To help, we chose the 5 best books about the Camino de Santiago.
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Let's start at the beginning. Walking the Camino de Santiago is not an easy task. From Porto to your destination is 260 kilometers, if you don't get stuck on the route. Therefore, you must be motivated and committed to the mission ahead.
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Let's start at the beginning. Walking the Camino de Santiago is not an easy task. From Porto to your destination is 260 kilometers, if you don't get stuck on the route. Therefore, you must be motivated and committed to the mission ahead.
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The Camino de Santiago can be a simple exercise for most people. The challenge tends to prove to be, in addition to physical exhaustion, more mental than physical. We feel tired, then we think. However, injuries are still possible, even for the most prepared pilgrims. Although most are mild – like blisters – it is...
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Discover how to save your money on the Portuguese Camino de Santiago and have a real trip.
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Decisions are always difficult, but there are ways to make the best ones. Between the coastal path and the central path, come the pilgrim and choose. In this article, we will talk about the strengths and weaknesses of each route.
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In this article we'll show you the best ways to prepare for the journey ahead and the care you should take to avoid injuries and the dreaded foot blisters.
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The Camino de Santiago has stages all over the world. Here we are going to talk about the Portuguese central path that starts from Porto.
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The Camino de Santiago is a long journey. Therefore, it is important to know what to take and, just as important, what not to take. This article has all the answers.
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Find out why 50% of the profits from the sale of the social calendar go to Know the Association of Friends of the Caminho de Santiago de Viana do Castelo!
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