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Camino Pilgrim Passport, Certificates and Compostela

The Camino Pilgrim Passport, Camino Certificate, and Compostela. Most people have a clear idea of why they want to walk the Camino de Santiago routes: for religious reasons, as a personal spiritual journey, for a healthy challenge, or just the social aspect. Whatever your motivation for walking the Camino routes, make sure you get your ‘Camino …

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What is the Camino Pilgrim Passport?

The Camino Pilgrim Passport or Credencial is the modern-day version of the ‘documents of safe conduct’ given to medieval pilgrims. This Pilgrim Passport will be proof that you have walked at least the last 100kms into Santiago necessary to obtain your Compostela certificate, the official testament to your journey. You can get your Pilgrim Passport …

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FAQ: What is the Testimonium? Via Francigena’s Pilgrim Passport

Testimonium is the name given to the certificate you can receive when you complete your pilgrimage to Rome along the Via Francigena. It is the Via Francigena equivalent of the Compostela awarded to those walking the Camino de Santiago. In order to request your Testimonium, remember to take your ‘credenziali’ or pilgrim passport, and stamp …

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What is the Finisterrana?

Many of you will be familiar with the ‘Compostela’, the pilgrim certificate you can obtain from the Pilgrims Office in Santiago de Compostela if you have walked a minimum of 100kms of the Camino to the city or cycled at least the last 200kms. The same way you can request your Compostela certificate when you …

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