The Camino Francés, the ‘classical’ Camino route runs from Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port in France through Pamplona, Burgos, León and Astorga to Santiago de Compostela in Spain.

Useful Info for Pilgrims:

The compostela

In order to certify the completion of the pilgrimage, pilgrims have to obtain the compostela. For this purpose, back in history, badges were prepared, but…
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Here are some Frequently Asked Questions. Hopefully they include yours too. About the Camino Isn’t the pilgrimage only for religious people? NO. According to statistics,…
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The credencial

The credencial is the pilgrims’ ‘passport’ on the Way, a 14-page, accordion-pleated document, obtainable in advance or during the pilgrimage. Besides some of the pilgrims’…
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