The tradition of a pilgrimage credential comes from the Middle Age. The aim of the credential was to show that people with it were real pilgrims in the case of foreigners or unknown people. It continues nowadays and the pilgrim can use the passport as well to prove he or she has done the pilgrimage with the road stamps. The passport is published in Spanish, Norwegian, English and Deutsch.
You should get the passport at the beginning of the route in the tourism office of Burgos city (Plaza Del Rey San Fernando, 2, near the cathedral). It is free and besides you can also get the passport in the places where it is stamped.
It can be stamped in different establishments of the villages located along the route:
- Burgos: c/ Nuño Rasura. Tourism office. CITUR
- Modúbar de la Emperedada: in the Mesón el Huerto.
- Modúbar de la Cuesta: at the Centro Social.
- Modúbar de San Cibrián: in the center of rural tourism “La Cerca de Jimena”.
- Revilla del Campo: in the canteen and in the rural house “Cinco Lunas”.
- Quintanalara: in the Peña los Tordos.
- Cubillo del César: in the Centro Social.
- Cubillejo de Lara: in the Centro Social.
- Mambrillas de Lara: in the Asociación el Penuquillo.
- Covarrubias: in the Chapel of Saint Olav and in the Centro de Iniciativas Turísticas.
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