Santiago Ways release a guide to walking the Camino de Santiago

Santiago Ways release a guide to walking the Camino de Santiago

Santiago Ways has released a guide to walking the Camino de Santiago. The travel agents at Santiago Ways are world leader organizers of the Camino de Santiago (commonly known as, The Way of St. James).

They have a license for both a Wholesale Agency (Tour-Operator) and Retail Agency, which allows Santiago Ways to work without intermediaries. If you book your trip with Santiago Ways, then you will avoid intermediaries.

At Santiago Ways, their goal is to ensure all of their customers have a unique experience without having to worry about planning and preparing for their trip.

The team at Santiago Ways is made up of Camino de Santiago enthusiasts with vast experience in all the trails and routes of the Camino de Santiago.

Santiago Ways have created a guide to walking the Camino de Santiago. And one general rule that mentions is that each of the Caminos (or Ways) can be completed in about 6 to the 1-week maximum. They have carefully measured the distance between each stage so that you can travel a reasonable number of kilometers every day, whether you decide to walk or cycle.

In the guide, according to Santiago Ways, when you arrive at each of the destinations along the Camino, you will be greeted with a warm welcome and pleasant accommodation. The accommodation usually includes top quality small family hotels, charming rural houses and or pazos (the name for Galician country homes).

While staying at one of these lodgings, you will be able to enjoy an exceptional atmosphere while also enjoying the cultural richness and excellent food that is interestingly a considerable part of the Camino de Santiago experience.

Santiago Ways have been organizing many trips for many years now and for pilgrims from all over the world, either independently or in groups. They have had the honor to meet pilgrims from all walks of life who have put their trust in them to organize their Camino de Santiago trip.

Santiago Ways have had more and more people inquiring each year now and are very interested in completing the Camino de Santiago. On some occasions, doubts and dilemmas are raised on which of all possible routes to take, from Santiago Ways we have decided to shine a little light to make everything easier.

It is part of their vocation to remind anyone considering a Camino de Santiago trip, that it is possible to book any route throughout the year. They will answer any frequently asked questions about the Camino de Santiago.

Since then, the Camino Frances became the alternative, having new spaces less steep than those of the ‘Camino del Norte.‘

They have included some steps in their guide, which are:

  1. Think about which route you want to choose.
  2. Decide when you want to do it.
  3. Do you want to go barefoot or by bike.
  4. Adjust times according to your condition.
  5. Decide what you need to bring.

Santiago Ways mention that when starting your trip from any point along the Camino. They recommend starting in the French way, for example, in Roncesvalles.

Santiago Way will create a personalized itinerary for your Camino de Santiago on the bike based on the number of days you have available. want to know what are you waiting for to organize your Camino de Santiago? Get in touch with Santiago Ways today for more information or email us at [email protected] and get a quote.


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