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September 18, 2019

Camino De Santiago por Andreas Drouve

Titulo del libro: Camino De Santiago

Autor: Andreas Drouve

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Churches and monasteries, grandiose landscapes and pilgrims of all kinds from all over the world make the Camino de Santiago a fascinating journey. The road that leads to Santiago de Compostela is the most popular pilgrimage route in the world in its style. It does not have to mean walking for weeks. Cultural and artistic trips, motorized routes or cycling are good alternatives. A trip from the flanks of the Pyrenean mountains to the green hills of Galicia guarantees a collection of unforgettable experiences. On the Camino de Santiago, culture and nature join together and the landscape offers fascinating changes. Behind the mountainous scenery of the Pyrenees await the forests of Navarre, the vineyards of La Rioja, the vast and solitary plains of Castile and Leon, the green hills of Galicia with pastures and eucalyptus forests. In the countryside, travelers find tradition-laden villages where they still sing fountains and greet strangers amicably. Great castles and palaces also await their discoverers, as well as historical huts full of amusements, tapas and wine. Everywhere the foreigners mingle with the natives, who welcome them with open arms. Anyway here the sun does not always shine. The north of the Peninsula is so green because rainfall is frequent. Having a good relationship with the apostle James is of little use when his colleague St. Peter opens the locks of heaven. Nevertheless, however great the weather may be, the impression left by the Camino de Santiago compensates for everything.Churches and monasteries, grandiose landscapes and pilgrims from all over the world make the Camino de Santiago a fascinating journey. The road that leads to Santiago de Compostela is the most popular pilgrimage route in the world in its style. It does not have to mean walking for weeks. Cultural and artistic trips, motorized routes or cycling are good alternatives. A trip from the flanks of the Pyrenean mountains to the green hills of Galicia guarantees a collection of unforgettable experiences. On the Camino de Santiago, culture and nature join together and the landscape offers fascinating changes. Behind the mountainous scenery of the Pyrenees await the forests of Navarre, the vineyards of La Rioja, the vast and solitary plains of Castile and Leon, the green hills of Galicia with pastures and eucalyptus forests. In the countryside, travelers find traditions-laden villages where they still sing fountains and greet strangers amicably. Great castles and palaces also await their discoverers, as well as historical huts full of amusements, tapas and wine. Everywhere the foreigners mingle with the natives, who welcome them with open arms. Anyway here the sun does not always shine. The north of the Peninsula is green because rainfall is frequent. Having a good relationship with the apostle James is of little use when his colleague St. Peter opens the locks of heaven. Nevertheless, however great the weather may be, the impression left by the Camino de Santiago compensates for everything.