Hiking Spain’s Camino de Santiago

The tradition of hiking Spain's Camino de Santiago began more than 1,000 years ago as a medieval pilgrimage to the relics of St. James held in Santiago de Compostela in Spain. Now considered to be the European answer to the Appalachian Trail, the Camino is walked by travelers from around the world for reasons ranging from spiritual to historical, and cultural to sport. 

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