What do you eat on the Portuguese Camino de Santiago, what is breakfast like and what do vegetarians do?weiterlesen
Where to start the Camino in Porto?
It sounds easy, but it`s not: finding the right arrow at the cathedral in Porto to start your Camino Portuguese can be challengingweiterlesen
Albergue, Hostel, Pension – accommodation along the Camino de Santiago
A guide through the different types of accomondations along the camino: Hotels, Pensions, Hostals, Alberguesweiterlesen
Can I get the Compostela when I have slept in hotels?
Yes, you can also get the Compostela as a hotel pilgrim. It is important that enough stamps have been collected for the last 100kmweiterlesen
Can an overweight person go on pilgrimage?
As long as there are no physical complaints (such as knee problems), there is no reason why a person with a few (or a few more) kilos too much should not walk the Way of St. James. In my opinion, pilgrimage or long-distance hiking, at least on the Portuguese Way of St. James, which is suitable for beginners, is even the best option if you want to take an active holiday even if you are overweight or unathletic.weiterlesen
Pilgrimage alone or in pairs?
This question is a very fundamental one, which cannot be answered in the same way for everyone. Because: there are two completely different ways to go on pilgrimage.
If you pack your rucksack and set off in the hope of finding answers, you should definitely go alone. Those who go on pilgrimage to learn something about themselves, perhaps to find more of themselves, should go alone. Those who want to overcome their fear of being alone with themselves should go alone. But also those who go on pilgrimage to become a little more courageous, those who want to face a challenge