Camino de Santiago: Walking in the Footsteps of Pilgrims

by Paul Joseph  |  Published May 4, 2018

The vast network of ancient pilgrim routes that come together at the tomb of St. James in Santiago de Compostela in northwest Spain has, in modern times, become a magnet for intrepid travellers keen to test their endurance skills while stepping back into a distant but fascinating past. Each year, hundreds of thousands of adventure-seekers from across the globe descend here to walk the Camino de Santiago, either on their own or in an organised group, with a variety of routes of different lengths and difficulty available. This video offers an evocative glimpse into one of the most unique and challenging travel experiences to be found anywhere in Europe.