06 – Bruma to Sigüeiro

Bruma to Sigüeiro was easy compared to the last day

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Bruma to Sigüeiro doesn’t have many things to tell. Compared to the last step – Betanzos to Bruma – it’s an easy path and also a beautiful one. The thing that i loved in this path was the sunshine in Bruma and all the fields around with different shades of green, yellow, orange, brown and blue.

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07 – Sigüeiro – Santiago

18km is the distance from Sigüeiro to Santiago de Compostela. Easy to do.

The last step of the Camino Inglés is Sigüeiro to Santiago. The overall distance is around 18km and it is easy to do. Most flat terrain and a mixture of rural/ city landscape.

There is nothing special to say about this path in my opinion. Oh yes! There is one thing! Here, we found the only metal plate indicating the remaining distance to Santiago: 11km and 185 meters! The other metal places of the Camino probably were stolen.

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The journey can be resumed in the following image:

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Overall journey from Sigüeiro to Santiago

When we arrive to Santiago de Compostela, in the Plaza da Paz we made a different approach to the Cathedral just to pass in other monuments of the city. If you choose to go by the indicated path you will miss some things in the way. But of course… the journey is a personal experience, so choose yours.

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Plaza da Paz, in Santiago de Compostela. Different approach when arriving to the Cathedral

Some of the photos of this path.

05 – Betanzos to Bruma

Betanzos – Bruma is one of the most beautiful paths in Camino Inglés. Nice landscapes and almost none civilization. But it can be tricky!

June 8th, 2016. In the previous day we had visited A Coruña. It was raining, but luckily it stopped at the end of the day. So, this was the most difficult path to organize. First, we had many italians in the albergue, that were used to hike and also were leaving the albergue at around 6:30 – 07:00. (i learned a lot with this italians!). We also left at 7:15, and catched some fog during the next 2 or 3 hours. Continue reading “05 – Betanzos to Bruma”