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Frances from Bordeaux March-April 2017
I am considering starting my next camino in Viseu on the Caminho Portuguese Interior and joining the Camino Sanabres enroute to Santiago. There is an interesting and well-written forum on the CPI on this site. However, I am wondering if there is an existing guidebook for the Caminho Portuguese Interior? Any information will be helpful. Thanks.
 
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I used Brierley's "Camino Portugues". Also have "The Camino Portugues" by Kat Davis, published by Cicerone, but did not have that with me. Lived in Portugal 3 years (2000-2002): 2 in Braga, 1 in Lisbon, but at that time did not know about the Caminho. On the Caminho in 2018, I enjoyed visiting places I knew, and many I'd not known about.
 

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Portuguese Inner Way of St. James (2018)
You can consult information and maps on this site of the University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro.

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Here: https://cpis.utad.pt/

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Português da Costa
Portuguê Interior
I used Brierley's "Camino Portugues". Also have "The Camino Portugues" by Kat Davis, published by Cicerone, but did not have that with me. Lived in Portugal 3 years (2000-2002): 2 in Braga, 1 in Lisbon, but at that time did not know about the Caminho. On the Caminho in 2018, I enjoyed visiting places I knew, and many I'd not known about.
Hi Jane,

Neither of the guides books you mentioned have information on the Portuguese Interior Camino I don't think. My copies do not anyway, unless they have been updated since 2020. Do your copies have Interior route info?
 

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Hi Jane,

Neither of the guides books you mentioned have information on the Portuguese Interior Camino I don't think. My copies do not anyway, unless they have been updated since 2020. Do your copies have Interior route info?
Her post is nearly three years old and it sounds to me as though she was not aware that the question was about the CPI and not the CP Central, which are sometimes conflated. As far as I’m aware, there’s no guidebook for the CPI.

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Her post is nearly three years old and it sounds to me as though she was not aware that the question was about the CPI and not the CP Central, which are sometimes conflated. As far as I’m aware, there’s no guidebook for the CPI.

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I just pulled out the book I have by Kit Davis. Cover says: "From Lisbon and Porto to Santiago - Central, Coastal and Spiritual Caminos". I bought this book after I had done the Portuguese following Coastal using Brierly.
 

jungleboy

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A few in the past; more in the future!
I just pulled out the book I have by Kit Davis. Cover says: "From Lisbon and Porto to Santiago - Central, Coastal and Spiritual Caminos". I bought this book after I had done the Portuguese following Coastal using Brierly.
Thanks for the clarification. It still doesn’t cover the CPI.
 

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Since the 9th century, pilgrims from all over the world, departing from the most distant places, head to Santiago de Compostela, to venerate the apostle James. For reasons of faith, cultural motivations or just the challenge, many decide to walk the Way.
The Caminhos de Santiago Guide is a complete and rigorous itinerary that promises to take pilgrims by the hand along the original itineraries that cross the Portuguese territory on the way to Santiago de Compostela. Here, pilgrims will find detailed information on all the stages of the Portuguese Central Way, the Coastal Way, the Portuguese Interior Way and the Torres Way.
The ideal guide for those who are going to do the Camino for the first time, but also for those who want to travel other Portuguese Jacobean paths.

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