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The Way of Saint James: Information for pilgrims


The Way of Saint James The pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela has a long history.

Santiago stands after Rome and Jerusalem as the third destination of Christian pilgrimage in all the world.

Thousands of pilgrims make their way to Santiago, many of them by foot, on horseback or by bicycle, qualifying for the "Compostela" document.


The Way of Saint James. The best itineraries by foot or by bicycle
To help you on your way, here we have answers to some of the most FAQs (frequently asked questions) about the Way of St. James:

- Where does the Way of St. James begin and finish?
- Which accommodations are available along the Way?
- What are the "Albergues" (Pilgrim's hostels)?
- What is the Compostela? How do I get it?
- What is the Credential? How do I get it?
- What do I need on the way? What should I pack in my luggage?


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