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Camino in mid March

Martin O

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Hi! I am looking forward to walk Camino in mid March, but I haven't decided yet, which route to walk! This will be my first Camino in my life! Which route would You recommend to walk in mid March?
 
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Martin O

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The Camino Frances will have the most infrastructure and won't be as busy in March as it will be in April (around Easter) and May. Maybe consider starting in Pamplona to miss possible snowfall issues in the Pyrenes?
Thanks! I will have approx 2 weeks time for my Camino, so I have to shorten my way to get to the Santiago de Compostela in the end! How about Camino Portugese from Porto to Santiago de Compostela? Is there good infrastructure either?
 

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Thanks! I will have approx 2 weeks time for my Camino, so I have to shorten my way to get to the Santiago de Compostela in the end! How about Camino Portugese from Porto to Santiago de Compostela? Is there good infrastructure either?
Yes there is good infrastructure on both the coastal and central caminos out of Porto. No camino infrastructure will be as good as the Frances but the Portugues ranks second and you will have no issues at all.
 

trevorcc

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Start closer to Santiago, but beware in 2018 I started in March and heaps of snow even after Burgos and still had snow in April over O'Cebreio
 
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trevorcc

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But it was lovely.
 

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Martin O

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But it was lovely.
Thank You very much for information and photo, but I will walk Portuguese Central way from Porto to Santiago this time! Porto as a start point would be more convenient fo me, because there is a direct flight from Riga where I live!
 

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