Lisbona - Santiago de Compostela

Il Cammino Portoghese inizia a Lisbona e termina a Santiago de Compostela dopo circa 630 km. Il percorso attraversa alcune delle più belle città del Portogallo, come Santarém, Coimbra, Porto, Valença, per poi entrare nella regione spagnola della Galizia a Tui, città a circa 100 km da Santiago. Il cammino si snoda da sud a nord mantenendosi sempre piuttosto vicino alla costa atlantica.

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    Santiago de Compostela

    By on March 16, 2016

    One of the most known Spanish cities in the world, is Santiago de Compostela the capital city of Galicia, which is the final destination of all pilgrims who undertake the Portuguese Way. In fact, according to Christian tradition, it is here that houses the mortal remains of James the Greater, apostle of Jesus. See to this holy relic is the wonderful Cathedral built in its centuries for this purpose.
    The basilica is located in the heart of the old city, but it is not the only attraction of the city. Santiago is in fact a cultural center, home to universities for over 500 years and a World Heritage Site.
    In Santiago, gastronomy is an integral part of the local culture, restaurants and taverns that prepare local dishes are numerous and real quality.
    The city never sleeps, the amazing nightlife of outdoor rooms is a must. If they are suitable to all kinds of audiences from students to families. Well-known are the great city parks that give tourists quiet green oasis.


    March 16, 2016


    March 16, 2016