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  1. J

    Jakobsweg - best walking routes in Germany in November

    Hi, I walked the Camino Frances 2 years ago and loved the experience. Now living in Germany, I would love to love to walk here as well. I am located in Bavaria and have a week of holidays the first week in November. Has anyone walked in November (I'm in Bavaria)? Are there many pilgrim's...
  2. Prentiss Riddle

    How difficult is the route out of Munich (der Münchner Jakobsweg)?

    In Agés we met a nice German couple who were singing the praises of the Münchner Jakobsweg, which runs from the historic center of Munich up the Isar River valley and then zigzags southwest to Lake Constance (the Bodensee) on the Swiss border. Is this really a doable route for a middle-aged...
  3. SYates

    Live Updates - Via Regia/Ecumenical Pilgrims Way (Germany)

    Pilgrim Greeting from Germany ;-) After an uneventful 2,5h drive my kind and long-suffering husband deposited me in the center of Görlitz and drove back home to Prague. After checking into the Pilgerherberge (Pilger=pilgrim, Herberge=hostel, you are getting a bit of a “Pilgrim German” course...
  4. SYates

    How much interest is there in the Via Regia/Ecumenical Pilgrims Way in Germany?

    The heading says it all ;-) I walked this route the first time in 2015 and found it pretty close to perfect - good way marking, accommodation, lots of history/nature etc. It is part of the wider historic network of European pilgrimage routes to Santiago and is still, sadly?, undiscovered outside...
  5. Wojtek

    Jakobsweg in Germany: Eisenach to Trier - need advice

    Hello to everybody! I am on my Way from Lublin (Poland) to Santiago by bike. Until now I traveled a 1/4 of the way (Lublin-Sandomierz-Kraków-Wrocław-Gorlitz-Leipzig). This summer I want to continue by Via Regia from Leipzig to Eisenach. So far Via Regia was an excellent and wonderful experience...
  6. adeczka13

    Which of the German Caminos are the most popular?

    Hello Fellow Pilgrims! I am planning my sixth Camino, and this time I want to do it "properly" -- start at home and get all the way to Fisterra! Which makes it a looooong walk, because I live in Poland (in Gdańsk). I already know that the walk through Poland will be a very lonely one...
  7. K

    German guide on the Via de la Plata

    I have heard that the German guide to the Via de la Plata is excellent and very detailed. Can someone please confirm this for me?
  8. SYates

    Ecumenical Pilgrims Way Germany

    As some of you here on the forum are interested in this pilgrims route, I started a web site with information about it in english - http://viaregia.guide So far there is an introduction and a FAQ section online. More content (and more photos!) will be added over the next days/weeks. Hope it...


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