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Places of the Camino

The Camino is long and full of amazing places. Here we talk you about them.

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5 places to experience Holy Week on the Camino de Santiago

One of the most important religious festivities of the year is just around the corner and today we're showing you five places to fully experience Holy Week on the Camino de Santiago.

06-04-2017

Discovering San Juan de Ortega and the miracle of the light

San Juan de Ortega is one of the municipalities which make up the Camino Francés (French Route) and during last week an absolutely unique phenomenon had place there. Today we'll tell you what it was about.

23-03-2017

What to see in Sevilla? 10 place that you should visit in the andalusian capital

We’ll cover ten places that you shouldn’t miss in Sevilla before beginning the Camino Vía de la Plata.

16-03-2017

Monasteries offering accommodation on the Camino de Santiago (part 2)

We continue with our list of monasteries where you can stay on the Camino de Santiago. Today we’ll review the Leyre Monastery, the Poio Monastery and more.

16-02-2017

¡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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