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Renfe Launches 'Tarxeta del Peregrino" and 20% discounts


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Renfe joined the Xacobeo with a series of initiatives to facilitate the travel of pilgrims, among which the new 'Pilgrim's Tarxeta' offers a discount of 20% over the base cost of a train ticket, both long and medium distance for those who have completed at least one stage of the Camino de Santiago.
This document is distributed in the focus of Renfe in the Office of the Pilgrim of Santiago where, have placed a counter, is not transferable and is limited to one week.
In that office will sell tickets and provide information to the pilgrims who come to this office, an obligatory step to seal the "Compostela".
Those pilgrims who make the road by bike, thanks to an agreement reached between Halcourier Renfe and may send their bikes through the services of this company for 45 euros, plus a surcharge of five dollars in the event that the bike has two saddlebags . Can access this service, passengers with tickets at any service - home long distance with stations in Santiago de Compostela, A Coruña, Ourense, Vigo, Pontevedra, Lugo and Ferrol.
In addition, travelers can enjoy in the Trenhotel, in the train restaurant 'Menu Xacobeo', a series of Galician cuisine that throughout the year will be offered in the letter of these services Renfe night, both circulating in the various national relations and in Spain with France, Italy and Switzerland.
The menu will be offered in the Trenhotel restaurant, serving breakfast and dinner, for the Grand Class passengers, are included in the ticket price.


In cooperation with the Council of Vigo, until 20 June, the activity called Camiño keep walking. This is for road stages of the Portuguese from Tui to Santiago. Renfe is the carrier responsible for transportation of pilgrims in regular trains at various stages.
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