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My Camino: Patricia Schultz

We had the pleasure of walking with Patricia Schultz, author of the phenomenally successful travel book 1000 Places to See Before You Die on the León to Santiago de Compostela leg of the Camino. Here, Patricia shares her thoughts on her experience with us.

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A helping hand on the Camino

Pilgrims visiting Melide wonder why this crux has shows Christ with his arm hanging down. Is he pointing the way towards Santiago? We look at the possibilities.

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2021: The Holy Year of Jacobeo

For prospective pilgrims who are Catholic, 2021 is a very special year in the life of the Camino, in that it is a Holy Year, also known as the ‘Jacobeo' or ‘Xacobeo’.

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All roads lead to Santiago de Compostela

The desire to make a pilgrimage is something that the faithful have had for centuries. Pilgrimages are a common feature of many world religions including Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, and Shinto.

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A brief history of Roncesvalles

Roncesvalles, a small village in Navarre in northern Spain and the starting point of the Duperier’s Authentic Journeys Roncesvalles to Burgos tour (Laurie Duperier’s favorite path!), has plenty of history and legend dating back to 778 AD. 

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Bridges along the Camino de Santiago

Along the Camino de Santiago we walk over many old bridges.

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The secrets of Lugo

You may have never heard of Lugo, but it is one of the oldest and most beautiful cities in Spain. Founded by the Romans 2000 years ago, it started as a small group of houses dedicated to the Celtic god of light, named Lugos.

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Pilgrim traditions at the Cathedral in Santiago de Compostela

Pilgrim traditions at the Cathedral in Santiago de Compostela

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The many ways of the Camino

The many ways of the Camino

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