Camino FAQs Articles

When planning a trip as big as walking or cycling the Camino de Santiago, whether it’s for a week or a month, you’re likely going to have some questions. Odds are, if you have a question, someone else also has also had the same query in the past. We have compiled our most frequently asked questions here in our Camino FAQs section of the Blog. If you don’t see your question here, please don’t hesitate to contact us and we’ll do our best to help you and answer any questions you may have. You never know, your question could end up being the next Camino FAQ!

Cycling on the Camino

FAQ: Can I cycle the Camino?

The short answer is that yes, you can cycle the Camino. In fact, approximately 8% of pilgrims getting their Compostela certificate in Santiago arrive on two wheels. Is it the same track for cycling and walking? It is the same track for most part of the routes. It is worth bearing in mind that the

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Camino Luggage Transfers

The concept of ‘Luggage Transfers‘ is a fantastic feature we provide on all our walking and cycling holidays on the Camino de Santiago. Your luggage will be moved from hotel to hotel on a daily basis! It’s all about making your journey easier and more enjoyable. When you’re walking or cycling long distances, the last

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Tourist tax in Italy

FAQ: tourist tax in Italy

FAQ: tourist tax in Italy When you are travelling the Via Francigena in Italy, you will find in some cities and historic towns you will have to pay a local tourist tax, what is called ‘Tassa di soggiorno’. This local tax is collected by hotels on behalf of the local authorities and they are charged

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