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anyone have a good map?

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Hi there,

Online, I like the google map here (Zoom in and out using the slider to the left or the scroller on our mouse)

I know that there are several publishers that make paper maps of Santiago as well, but I can't seem to find them right now... I found one map here:
http://www.cumio.com/mapas.htm#cidades

...look for "Plano de Santiago", but I don't know how good it is. In Santiago itself you can get a good map in almost any store, but I guess you are thinking of using it for planning...

Buen camino,
Ivar
 
Me again,

I found the one I was thinking of earlier...

8424105141.jpg


You can buy it here

...or search for "plano santiago" here:

http://www.everest.es/

Un saludo,
Ivar
 
The one from Galicia (the round) and the one from Castilla & Leon. Individually numbered and made by the same people that make the ones you see on your walk.
Following on from the RACE map of Santiago itself I can recommend the R A C E (The Royal Automobile Club of Spain) map of the Camino Frances as a map of the route as a whole, though perhaps not for use on the route but for planning or loking at afterwards.

Mapa Turistico del Camino de Santiago
Publisher - Editorial Everest
ISBN 84-241-0285-1
Printed 1994

Not only does it cover the route on a single map at 1:500,000 but it also has details of all the albergues/refugios open at the time marked and described (in Spanish) as well as some photos. Although the Camino del Norte is not marked as a route it is within the area covered by the map as are the Caminos Ingles, Primitivo and Finisterre.
 

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