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Foreigners on the Camino

Every year more and more pilgrims are arriving to Santiago from abroad. We want to make their Camino easier with some useful tips we made gathering all the doubts that we have perceived in our work on the Camino.

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Foreigners on the Camino: Predominant countries and languages

Every year more than 150,000 people come to the Camino from other countries. Today we'll discuss the languages and countries most represented on the Camino de Santiago.


Typical dishes that you should try on the Camino de Santiago

Spain is famous for its wide and rich gastronomy. If you come from afar to travel the Camino, we'll provide you with the obligatory tasting dishes.


The cost of travelling the Camino de Santiago

Guide to all expenses that may be incurred by pilgrims on the Camino de Santiago, with tips and tricks for responsible consumption and to avoid carrying too much money.


Technology on the Camino

Electronic devices can be very useful, especially when you're coming from another country. We'll be providing you with tricks to make the most of them in Spain...but only if you want to use them.


¡Buen Camino! This is our wish at Correos! – that pilgrims can fully enjoy their Camino and discover new places, histories, people and experiences through our postcards.

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Culture & Traditions of the Camino
Camino Teammates
History of the Camino
The Way with Correos
Foreigners on the Camino
The values of the Camino in 12 months
Places of the Camino
Tips to do the Camino