The new CaminoWays.com office!

caminoways-team-dublinEarlier this week, we moved offices and we now have some fresh pictures to show you the bright shiny new CaminoWays.com home in Dublin city!

This is how the new office looked back in July when we first visited and before any of the refurbishing work started…

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…and here’s the new CaminoWays.com office today with the team settling in …

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We are still missing a few finishing touches but it is a long way since the days of Roland working at his kitchen desk. We are now a multi-cultural team of 8 nationalities, speaking 9 different languages between us!

We are delighted with our new space, what do you think?

We hope to have the opportunity to show you the office in person in the coming months, as we will be hosting Camino talks and other events for clients. In December, we are hosting our first ever customer breakfast, if you’d like to join us on 8th December, register here: Breakfast friends.

You can find our new address, map and directions here: CaminoWays.com office. Our office number remains the same +35315252886.

For more information about the Camino de Santiago routes or to book your trip, contact the CaminoWays.com travel specialists

Comments

  1. by Maria

    Bonjour Brigitte, the Camino routes in France are a bit challenging in terms of accommodation that time of the year. The best routes in terms of accommodation availability would be the French Way and also Finisterre Way, Portuguese Way from Tui to Santiago or the Northern Way from Santander to Gijon (although you wouldn’t be finishing in Santiago). Let us know if you need any additional information. Kindest regards.

  2. by Brigitte

    Dear Caminoways,

    I am a French lady, looking for a Compostelle trek at Christmas time.
    What do you propose ? Brittany, Mont St Michel, Camino del Norte, Portugal…

    I am well trained, practicing mountain walking, and cycling around Lyon where I live, and guiding trekkers from the alpine club.

    I wish to walk and visit churches and landscapes.

    Able to walk with foreigners.

    Thank you for replying.
    Brigitte

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