Camino de Santiago
Easy to use guidebook, published in 2020, describing each stage of the world-famous Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route. It includes maps and route profiles for each day of the trail, and a list of almost 500 hotels and places to stay and eat along the way.
Since the Middle Ages the Camino de Santiago, or the Way of St James, has been a route through which art, architecture, language and culture flowed across Europe. Today, this pilgrimage route, that was once thought to lead to the end of the world, is incredibly popular. Walking the Camino is as much about getting to know yourself as it is about exploring the beautiful surroundings en route.
This is the perfect guidebook to accompany you whether you are exploring the Camino de Santiago for a spiritual journey, personal challenge, for leisure or as a tourist. Walkers can follow the pilgrimage across the north of the Iberian Peninsula, a part of the country that isn't often shown in travel guides through the Pyrennes and ancient landscapes of Galicia to end in the town of Santiago de Compostela.
Dimensions: 210mm x 130mm x 12mm, 365g
Published in 2020 by Aurum Press