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Minkey

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Are there any books that might clarify the route, albergue situation? Is it as organised as the Camino Frances?

Any hints etc would be gratefully appreciated.

Cheers fellas.
 
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frescotours

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First one Frances 1999 (from Burgos), since then...over 100 in Galicia, Portugal, Basque....
Hello Minkey,

Do you speak Spanish? This is a pretty good / practical book that was released in 2004 - much has changed since, but it is still quite good:


EL CAMINO DE SANTIAGO POR COSTA NORTE (RUTAS)

AGUILAR, S.A. DE EDICIONES-GRUPO SANTILLANA

Lengua: CASTELLANO

Encuadernación: Rustica

ISBN: 8403502281

You can buy this via: http://www.casadellibro.com

Hope this helps!
 

William Marques

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When I was walking through Stansted airport today I noticed that the Principality of Asturias now has a booth there, presumably part of some agreement with one of the budget carriers to boost passenger numbers. I picked up a small booklet "To Santiago through Asturias", it would not be enough to rely on but has some useful information and is free and published by the principality. There were plenty of other tourist booklets.

http://www.infoasturias.com is their web address
 
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