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Thanks for the link. Hope to do it in cooler times. Sounds lovely but I'll save it for spring, if can get away (I farm sheep, so busy then). Oct 1, 2014

    1. BruceNZ
      BruceNZ
      Hello Alan...you have probably been asked this before - Am looking to walk either Cordoba to Merida (and meet other friends there) or Seville merida next April. Any recommendation on which is the better way - picturesque, less roads etc ... Many thanks bruceNZ
      1. alansykes
        alansykes
        Both are great. Certainly fewer people from Córdoba, pretty much the same (little) amount of tarmac. Slightly better pilgrim infrastructure from Seville (albergues all the way), takes effectively 2days to get out of Seville's urban sprawl, only 2 hours from Córdoba, fine towns on both routes 2 flat dull days from Zafra to Mérida (but possibly the same on the other route as I turned off to go to Guadalupe.
        Dec 5, 2017 at 4:21 PM
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      2. BruceNZ
        BruceNZ
        Many thanks for that ... it does help focus the +- cheers
        Dec 8, 2017 at 11:03 AM
    2. alansykes
      alansykes
      Thanks for the link. Hope to do it in cooler times. Sounds lovely but I'll save it for spring, if can get away (I farm sheep, so busy then).
    3. Ramblanista
      Ramblanista
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