2.60km → Tui → Virxe do Camiño
To Santiago: 
115.90
Altitude: 
50

Tui is a town that deserves at least an afternoon worth of exploration and relaxation, and if you are starting your pilgrimage here try to budget in the time. If you are worried about having too much time in Tui on the day of your arrival (when starting here) remember that you can always walk across the bridge to Portugal for a wander through the citadel.

The town is centered around the Cathedral (11-13th centuries ) which is perched on top of the hill overlooking Portugal. 

The route through town takes you past the most significant monuments, namely the Catedral de Santa María, the old Pilgrims Hospital, the Convento de Las Clarisas and... (continued in Camino App and Book)

Notice: 

1. You are advised to get your credential stamped at least twice a day between here and Santiago. 

2. The stretch of camino ahead of you is undergoing changes for the better and keep the camino on a more tranquil and safe path, but there are sections that have become slightly longer, and...

Fiesta: 

San Telmo is celebrated on the first Sunday of Easter

The Road: 

The camino leaves town just as quickly as it entered it, crosses the N551, and turns right onto the Camino Virgen del Camino at kilometer marker 111.499; a numbers whose significant digits inspires false confidence.

The Louro Valley lies ahead, and the massive granite mining...

History: 

On a hilltop and adjacent to one of Galicia’s most important rivers, the Río Miño, it is no wonder that Tui has been a strategic location since prehistoric times. For the Romans, it was an important post along their gold road that connected Braga (once the capital of Galicia) with...

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Services
ATM: 
Yes
Bar: 
Yes
Grocery: 
Yes
Pharmacy: 
Yes
Medical Center: 
Yes
Correos: 
Yes
Train: 
Yes
Bus: 
Yes
Bus Terminal: 
Yes
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