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  1. MatteJa

    Camino de Santiago from my home (Italy + France + Spain)

    Hello beautiful people. I am writing here to ask you an advice: Next summer I would like to walk from my home (Turin - ITALY) to Santiago, I am already planning the route so if anyone of you did something similar, any info about walking/camping in France is worth its weight in gold to me. I...
  2. Felipe

    Via Garona. New transversal GR / Chemin: Toulouse to SB de Comminges

    A brand new GR (marked as 861) has been officialy opened with a walk last July 1st. It goes by 170 km, mostly along the Garonne river; hence the name. It connects Toulouse (in the Arles way) to Saint Bertrand de Comminges (in the Piedmont way). And actually, brave souls can also walk to/from...
  3. Felipe

    A pilgrim's guide to Toulouse

    A PILGRIM'S GUIDE OF TOULOUSE Generalities Toulouse, also known by the nickname of Ville Rose (because of the pinkish color of its old buildings) is an ancient, charming and lovely city, the largest of southwestern France. It used to be a quiet provincial place, but in recent times it evolved...
  4. Colton Andre

    Start in Toulouse or Bordeaux?

    Headed to Europe this summer for two months and am planning on walking the Camino from either Bordeaux or Toulouse. My girlfriend and I were wondering which is the more scenic route and if there would be any major time differences in the routes. We planned on around 3-4 weeks for this, is that...


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