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  • Where to Get a Pilgrim Passport in St. Jean Pied de Port in 2023

    Where to Get a Pilgrim Passport in St. Jean Pied de Port in 2023

    Numbers do not lie. In 2019 (the last year before the pandemics) over 30,000 pilgrims started their long walk to Santiago from Saint Jean in France, and the number actually includes only pilgrims who reached Santiago, and visited the pilgrims office to get their¬† “Compostela”, the certificate of completing the pilgrimage. Which means that in…

  • Where to get a pilgrim passport in Pamplona in 2023?

    Where to get a pilgrim passport in Pamplona in 2023?

    Pamplona does not belong to the most common starting points of Camino de Santiago. Majority of pilgrims who want to follow the French way start either from Saint Jean Pied de Port, or from Leon, or from Sarria, depending on whether they want to walk 800 or 500 or just the last 100 kilometers to…

  • Where to get a pilgrim passport in Porto? 2023 Guide

    Where to get a pilgrim passport in Porto? 2023 Guide

    Camino Portuguese has gained a lot of popularity in recent years. Neither too short nor too long, neither too difficult nor to easy (for a true pilgrim experience), it is steadily climbing up the ranks of most popular pilgrimages. In 2019 for example (the last year before the pandemics), Porto was the 3rd most popular…

  • Where to get a pilgrim passport (credential) in Lisbon?

    Where to get a pilgrim passport (credential) in Lisbon?

    Camino Portuguese has gained a lot of popularity in recent years. And though the way from Lisbon to Porto isn’t exactly a picturesque one, or a dream of a pilgrim, considering that you will walk almost entirely on asphalt roads (unless you follow alternative routes), many people like to start in Lisbon, for two reason.…

  • Where to Get a Pilgrim Passport in Sarria (+ Map)

    Where to Get a Pilgrim Passport in Sarria (+ Map)

    Sarria, the most common starting point on Camino de Santiago. Situated exactly 100 kilometers from the shrine of St. James in the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, which is the minimum distance you need to walk to officially complete the pilgrimage, and get your certificate upon arrival, it attracts hordes of pilgrims each year. Ranging…

  • Getting a pilgrim passport in Irun – Guide on how to find the place

    Getting a pilgrim passport in Irun – Guide on how to find the place

    A modern-day pilgrim tries to plan everything in advance. Ordering two (or four) pilgrim passports online (just to make sure they’ll have enough space for all the beautiful stamps they’ll collect on the way), paying more for shipping than for the actual passports, pilgrims hope to simplify the start of their pilgrimage. In the old…