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Follow The Camino

Rua Laverde Ruiz N 5 Bajo, 15702, Santiago de Compostela, Spain
+34 911 23 47 10
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From La Rioja to Burgos

This September we completed our 6th section of the Camino Frances- Logrono to Burgos (we are... read more

Reviewed yesterday
sallymcc
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Portrush, United Kingdom
AMAZING!

To start with, I selected this tour company based on my correspondences with Eva. She answered my... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
bengita2016
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Ottawa, Canada
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Follow The Camino organises Day tours along the Camino de Santiago. While walking the Camino, you might want to take a day or so to visit the highlight of the area you are crossing so we will bring you to visit vignards, Finisterre or marveleous beach of Galicia.
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Rua Laverde Ruiz N 5 Bajo, 15702, Santiago de Compostela, Spain
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Reviewed yesterday

This September we completed our 6th section of the Camino Frances- Logrono to Burgos (we are walking backwards!). As ever the organisation was fantastic, so many thanks again to Silvia at Follow the camino. We loved Logrono, especially the tapas and rioja; we had started...More

Thank sallymcc
Reviewed 2 days ago

To start with, I selected this tour company based on my correspondences with Eva. She answered my questions very promptly and with details that I wanted.... She even called me in Canada as I had more questions for her. At the end I decided to...More

Thank bengita2016
Reviewed 3 days ago

Eva of Follow the Camino organised my guided walk. Fransico guided myself and 8 others from Sarria to Santiago and along The Way gave points of interest to look out for and talked about life in Galicia. Very interesting. Fransico made sure that all members...More

Thank marion m
Reviewed 3 days ago

We walked 195 Kim's from Villafranca to Santiago in September. This was the best holiday ever. The camino experience cannot be described in just a few lines. It is so much bigger than that... the emotion, the people, the places, the experience in the Camino....More

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Reviewed 4 days ago

My sister and I arranged a walking trip from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela with our dad, for his 70th birthday and it exceeded our expectations. Patricia at Follow the Camino made it really easy to organize. Even though I live in Canada - in...More

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Reviewed 4 days ago

Barbara and the staff at Follow the Camino went above and beyond in making our trip on the camino amazing. Even Ryan Air cancelling our flight at last minute did not cause us much trouble as the staff were full of helpful information and advice...More

Thank Nora O
Reviewed 5 days ago

Barbara did a super job with my travel arrangements. The views were beautiful and hotels and restaurants excellent. There are many of miles of riding on a wooden boardwalk, which is often a challenge, and there is a good amount of city riding which can...More

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GeraldineFTC, Public Relations Manager at Follow The Camino, responded to this reviewResponded 4 days ago

Thank you for taking the time out to offer us such wonderful and kind feedback. Barbara will be delighted to hear from you. I'm glad to hear that your Camino experience was a fabulous one. We look forward to hopefully working with you again in...More

Reviewed 5 days ago

My wife and I walked the 118Km from Sarria to Santiago De Compostela in early September. This isn't a walk in the park and needs a bit of training in advance of leaving. It was a a fantastic experience and I would recommend anyone who...More

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GeraldineFTC, Public Relations Manager at Follow The Camino, responded to this reviewResponded 4 days ago

Hi Derek Thank you kindly for your wonderful feedback. We are delighted to hear your Camino experience went so well. I'll pass your words on to Alicia and Marie as I'm sure they'll be happy to hear. We look forward to hopefully working with you...More

Reviewed 5 days ago

First rate service and guide from being picked up at the airport to finishing the Camino a week later in Santiago, all excellent. Fran our guide was patient, knowledgeable and very helpful. luggage always arrived at the next hotel before we did. if you want...More

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GeraldineFTC, Public Relations Manager at Follow The Camino, responded to this reviewResponded 4 days ago

Thank you so much for your lovely feedback and for the recommendation. We sincerely appreciate you taking the time out to offer it to us. Warm regards, Geraldine and the FTC Team

Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Excellent service. Prompt reply to all my questions. Seamless service while doing El Camino. Eva and Follow The Camino's team really allowed me to enjoy the journey!

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GeraldineFTC, Public Relations Manager at Follow The Camino, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Great news! We love to hear you Camino experience went so flawlessly. I'll pass your kind words on to Eva. Thanks again and hopefully we'll get to work with you again in the future. Warm regards, Geraldine and the FTC Team

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frank l
I have been thinking of doing the camino and quite franky the information is useless. I think I will need to buy a lonely planets book or some book for that matter.I am a nuts and bolts traveller wanting to know everything. When I submit a blog on a hotel it is very detailed and fail to find much information. when I google the Camino I seem to get every tour operator on the world wanting my business. maybe I am a little old fashion but I thought the idea was to follow the path St. james took. sure nice to have a coffee and cake and stay in a decent hotel. I am reading people having their bags carried tour groups maybe I will find maccas along the way. I will start again does anybody have information example good maps for the trip, are they required? Are the guest houses along the way? What is a realistic timespan to do the trip? Well yes do I need to buy a guide book?
19 April 2017|
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Response from GeraldineFTC | Property representative |
Hi Frank, I'll offer you the answers to your questions no problem. But, I must advise you that I work for Follow The Camino however, I'm just answering you the questions you ask. If you don't want to buy any package from... More
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