Our colleagues successfully completed 240 km long walking trail, pilgrimage journey from Porto in Portugal to Santiago in Spain in 9 days.

The Camino de Santiago or the Way of Saint James is probably the most famous pilgrimage in the world, which is walked annually by hundreds of thousands of pilgrims from almost all over the world. There are several routes, and all of them have the destination of Santiago de Compostela and the Cathedral of St. James.

At the end of May and beginning of June, our colleagues Rinalda and Dasa started the Camino. They decided to walk the Portuguese route and in 9 days of walking they covered 240 km, partly along the coastal route, partly along the central route.

Every person has their own reasons for going to Santiago, some are personal, others are a matter of challenge or just sportsmanship. In any case, our colleagues recommend this kind of experience where you explore your limits and prove to yourself that material things are not the only thing to strive for in life.

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