Perhaps the Camino de Santiago (Way of St. James) requires the least explanation of all, as you will very likely have heard about this ancient pilgrimage route. Here you will find legends, fantasy and a spirit of self-improvement that surpasses even the religious, as plenty of people do this pilgrimage to achieve personal or spiritual goals. The reward at the end of the (literal) road is not just the opportunity to worship St. James in the cathedral, but also, to walk an inner journey that will surely change your outlook on life. The various pilgrimage routes to Santiago start in many parts of Spain and Europe and then converge on the Galician capital; this grand adventure is particularly recommended on Jacobean years, when July 25, the feast of St. James, falls on a Sunday.
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