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littlelau

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Portugeuse (2018)
#1
Hi all

We will be resuming our Camino in Vigo later this month.
We are staying down near the marina area - (Hotel America)

Anyone know where to pick up the yellow arrows -
Thanks in advance
 
#2
Head slightly east from your hotel to the first road. Turn right, heading south. Follow Rúa Colón south, staying on it as it curves left (southeast) becoming Rúa de Urzaíz. Stay on that until you reach Rúa Gregorio Espino (major road). From that point, continue east on Rúa de Urzaíz, which is now part of the Camino.

Hope that helps.
 
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littlelau

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Portugeuse (2018)
#4
Head slightly east from your hotel to the first road. Turn right, heading south. Follow Rúa Colón south, staying on it as it curves left (southeast) becoming Rúa de Urzaíz. Stay on that until you reach Rúa Gregorio Espino (major road). From that point, continue east on Rúa de Urzaíz, which is now part of the Camino.

Hope that helps.
thanks for the welcome - long time reader, first time poster
I had seen something about Rua do Areal- Rua do Garcia Barbon - Sanjurio Badia and then Camina Trapa. But I think I will trust your wisdom!
 
#5
It's certainly possible to follow closer to the coast as you leave Vigo, and then merge with the Camino on the northeast edge of the city. However, I do not know if there are yellow arrows showing the way. The route you've mentioned would get you there, though, and at-a-glance it looks like it would be slightly less walking. I was mainly focusing on the shortest route from your hotel to where you'd join with the yellow arrows. Either should work.

Have a great Camino! Let us know how it goes.
 

littlelau

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Portugeuse (2018)
#6
It's certainly possible to follow closer to the coast as you leave Vigo, and then merge with the Camino on the northeast edge of the city. However, I do not know if there are yellow arrows showing the way. The route you've mentioned would get you there, though, and at-a-glance it looks like it would be slightly less walking. I was mainly focusing on the shortest route from your hotel to where you'd join with the yellow arrows. Either should work.

Have a great Camino! Let us know how it goes.
thanks again - I like the security of the yellow arrows!
 

CarolR

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
Walked Conques to Le Puy (2013)
Planning Sarria to Santiago (2018)
#7
Hi all
We will be resuming our Camino in Vigo later this month.
We are staying down near the marina area - (Hotel America)
Anyone know where to pick up the yellow arrows -
Thanks in advance
 

jerby

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
Frances-Finisterre 2013
Portugues 2017/18
Ingles 2018
#8
Hi just wondering where in Vigo were ye able to get the cello (stamps)
 

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