What is a typical day like on a Guided Tour on the Camino? posted: 2016-07-21 11:05:00
A typical day on the Camino de Santiago starts with a nutritious and energy-rich breakfast between 6am and 8am. Around 8:30 am the group will meet at the reception of the hotel to start walking for a couple of hours before stopping for another coffee and a snack.
Your guide will accompany you every step of the way making sure everything is okay, showing you the highlights and answering your questions. All our guides know the region like the back of their hand and speak fluent Spanish, so feel free to ask about them about the history of the region, some Spanish words, which food to order or tips on how not to get blisters!
An average day will be between 5 and 7 hours' walking with 2 to 3 breaks including a one hour lunch break. So you should arrive around 3 to 4pm, just in time for a short siesta.
We will leave you time to relax, visit the town or simply enjoy the hotel’s facilities before finishing the day with a glass of vino tinto and a taste of the local gastronomy.Previous Blog:
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