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Camino Portugues in june

frasertie

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Hello, I have planned my first camino (Portugues). I am wondering if it is necessery to book albergue rooms in advance or will there be enough spare beds in the albergues? I also wonder if I need a sleeping bag or a sleeping liner?
I am looking forward to start with the camino. I will start 6 june from Rubiaes and will walk through TUI to SdC.
Best regards from Holland
 

jefferyonthecamino

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de Madrid (2019)
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Hello, I have planned my first camino (Portugues). I am wondering if it is necessery to book albergue rooms in advance or will there be enough spare beds in the albergues? I also wonder if I need a sleeping bag or a sleeping liner?
I am looking forward to start with the camino. I will start 6 june from Rubiaes and will walk through TUI to SdC.
Best regards from Holland
not the easiest place to get to Rubiaes, you may want to consider Ponte de Lima. Sleeping liner should be fine, although it can still get cool in the evenings even if the days are warm, late spring (check the weather a week before and decide). if you stay in the larger towns you should have no problems finding a bed if the municipal albergue is full. in any case, this year may be very different...
 

frasertie

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Camino(s) past & future
Camino Portugues
not the easiest place to get to Rubiaes, you may want to consider Ponte de Lima. Sleeping liner should be fine, although it can still get cool in the evenings even if the days are warm, late spring (check the weather a week before and decide). if you stay in the larger towns you should have no problems finding a bed if the municipal albergue is full. in any case, this year may be very different...
Thank you for responding Jefferey. This year maybe very different..... do you refer to the Corona virus?
 

jmcarp

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Camino Frances, 2013
Camino del Norte a Chimayó (USA), 2015
Camino Portugues, 2017
Hello, I have planned my first camino (Portugues). I am wondering if it is necessery to book albergue rooms in advance or will there be enough spare beds in the albergues? I also wonder if I need a sleeping bag or a sleeping liner?
I am looking forward to start with the camino. I will start 6 june from Rubiaes and will walk through TUI to SdC.
Best regards from Holland
When we walked from Porto to Santiago in 2017, there were signs posted all along the way for private albergues and other accommodations. We simply called the number on the signs early in the day and never had a problem making a reservation. Even if you plan to stay in municipal albergues, it might be wise to take a picture of a few of those signs with your phone in case the municipal albergue is full when you arrive.
 

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