- Camino(s) past & future
- Lourdes - Santiago April 2015, Via Francigena 2017
I wonder what routes are on the bucket lists of pilgrims who enjoy walking those long, long distances. Obviously for newcomers it'll be the Camino Frances, but what about others not only in Spain but in Italy and France? Would you consider doing a pilgrimage somewhere else in the world, and what route would it be? Why would these be top of your list of pilgrimage to-dos? Name your top three! I'll start: Via Francigena del Sud (after we did the VF Lausanne-Rome last year); Camino del Norte, for the coast, and the Via Egnatia, because it's new and looks exciting.