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Street-Art on Camino Portugues

surya8

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Portugues Central and Coastal 2017 & 2019; Portugues Interior, Sanabres, Fisterra & Muxia 2018
Here is smth that inspired me on my Caminos in Portugal - street-art on the way! I walked Camino Central between Lisbon and Porto and also Portugues Interior from Viseu. I did enjoy nature, the local food, the friendliness of the locals and the lovely towns on the way there. On both of the routes you can see some of the amazing artwork available in the country as well. I do manage to visit museums on the Camino sometimes but this is accessible on a daily basis so enjoy as you go! Lisbon and Porto are the jems but Santaren and especially Agueda surprised me a lot there. My personal favourite is definitely Costah: very warm, colorful and kind!
This is what I've collected on two Caminos there: https://anna-camino2.livejournal.com/4693.html
 

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Jean Ti

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Thank you Surya,

Very nice !

I will be there on november 11in direction of Santiago. If you have any suggestions please do.

I love art in general and museums.

Jean
 

surya8

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Time of past OR future Camino
Portugues Central and Coastal 2017 & 2019; Portugues Interior, Sanabres, Fisterra & Muxia 2018
I will be there on november 11in direction of Santiago. If you have any suggestions please do. I love art in general and museums.
The trouble with Portugal is the weather :) It's almost always fine, so I usually leave visiting museums till it gets rainy and colder but it almost never does :) I do enjoy art and museumsl and I did manage to visit MAAT in Lisbon and Museu de Arte Contemporanea de Serralves in Porto but they were not the highlights of that trip. Exploring the cities on foot was a blast for me! Bom Caminho! :)
 

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