Walking the Camino: Your Camino Phrasebook

The Camino is a multi-cultural experience. You will pass through different countries and different regions of Spain, following the yellow arrows all along the trail. Did you know that the Camino de Santiago routes pass through France, Spain and Portugal?

On many of the routes you will be staying over night in small villages in Galicia where they may have very little English. Although it is not necessary to be fluent in all of the languages it is always useful to have a few local phrases that will help you along the way.

The Camino is a multi-cultural experience. You will pass through different countries and different regions of Spain, following the yellow arrows all along the trail. Did you know that the Camino de Santiago routes pass through France, Spain and Portugal?

On many of the routes you will be staying over night in small villages in Galicia where they may have very little English. Although it is not necessary to be fluent in all of the languages it is always useful to have a few local phrases that will help you along the way.

We have designed a helpful Camino phrasebook that provides you with the basic phrases in different languages of the Camino routes.

In the Camino Phrasebook we cover all of the following:

  • French Camino phrases you may need to know
  • Spanish Camino phrases you may need to know
  • Galician Camino phrases you may need to know

Portuguese Camino phrases you may need to knowWe also include Camino specific phrases such as asking for directions, commonly asked questions and food queries.

Download your free Camino Phrasebook here:

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For more information on any of most popular Camino de Santiago routes you can contact one of our Travel Specialists.

Comments

  1. by Lisa

    Good luck Lisa. You will have the most amazing time. If you need any tips or advice we are always here to help. Buen Camino, Lisa from CaminoWays.

  2. by Lisa Foley

    Undertaking the Camino Francis in 2019 – time to get fit and prepared

  3. by Lisa

    Hi James, great to hear that you completed the Camino Ingles. Thank you for your useful feedback. I will pass it along to our travel team. Kindest regards, Lisa from CaminoWays.

  4. by James Donovan

    Just completed Camino Ingles and draw pilgrims attention to adequate accommodation at Hospital de Bruma where routes from Ferrol and La Coruna meet.The exit route from La Coruna is a nightmare and by far the most difficult I have encountered.Completed Frances,Norte,Ingles,Fisterra to Muxia.It should be possible to get a more Pilgrim friendly route out of La Coruna to link with the quiet country roads and paths on the rest of the route .

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