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Camino de Santiago organised

Once you have decided to take on this challenge, you will be facing the first dilemma, which will play a key role on the development of your experience: organise it on your own or have a specialised travel agency do it for you. In this post, we tell you the advantages and disadvantages of each option. In this post we tell you the advantages and disadvantages of both options.

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Routes of the Camino de Santiago based on the number of days

When you decide to do the Camino de Santiago, there is an important factor to consider: how much time you can spend in getting to Santiago de Compostela. To find out more, keep reading, we have gathered some of the most frequent options for you. If you want to know what are the different options available, keep reading, since Pilgrim we have done the calculations for you.

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How much does it cost to do the Camino de Santiago?

Before getting to know the different costs related to the Camino de Santiago, we must point out that the Camino is a network of several jacobean routes that cross different regions of Spain, Portugal and France, so prices may vary slightly from one route to another.

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St Jame´s Way from Sarria.

Along this course, no pilgrim ever walks alone. Stage after stage, bonds of friendship are forged, so if you are thinking about undertaking the Camino on your own, Sarria is one of the best possible starting points.

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ast 100k of the Camino de Santiago

You can cover the last 100k to Santiago from many different points amongst all of the routes of the Camino: French Way, Primitive Way, Northern Way, Portuguese Ways, English Way, Sanabrian Way and Winter Way. Although there are other jacobean routes, they do not end in Santiago, but serve as connection between the above mentioned routes and numerous parts of the Spanish territory.

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The Camino de Santiago in Autumn

The 23 September is officially the autumn equinox, the date which signals the change of season. The summer finishes, the period when there is the highest concentration of pilgrims along the Camino de Santiago, but did you know that the Camino in autumn can actually bring together better conditions for your pilgrimage?

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The Camino de Santiago in Winter

We’ll cover the pros and cons of doing the Camino in Winter, thus helping you to prepare for your adventure at a time of year when you can live the Camino in a completely different way.

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The Camino de Santiago in Summer

Many people opt for doing their pilgrimage along the Camino de Santiago in summer, perhaps because of the climate, or maybe simply because for many people it coincides with their holidays and they know that the best way to enjoy them, is by walking to the Compostela capital.

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