Services for pilgrims in Astorga

In Astorga the pilgrim will find supermarkets, cycle repair shops, banks, ATMs, post office, pharmacies, a medical center, physiotherapists, spas, bus and train stations, bars and restaurants, hotels and albergues and a variety of shops including some specialized in all-things-Camino. Services for pilgrims in Astorga All things Camino shop: Deportes…

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Madrid to Astorga

Getting from Madrid to Astorga is easy and inexpensive, whether by train or by bus. The bus is cheaper, the train is faster. If you have chosen Astorga to start the Camino or if you just want to pay a visit to our Bishop’s Palace by Gaudi, keep reading. Madrid…

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Starting the Camino in Astorga

In short, starting the Camino in Astorga will take 10 to 12 days by foot, and about 5 days by bike. That makes Astorga an ideal starting point if you have two weeks to walk the Camino or about a week to cycle it. Astorga is a small city in…

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