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    Not much. You register for the camino when you arrive at no cost and then it's just food and lodging as you go. The camino hostels are just for those on the camino so they are much cheaper than elsewhere. Unless things have changed since 2006.

    I'm sure you can find more information with Google searches too. about 5 years ago

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    Thanks about 5 years ago

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    I, too, wish to walk El Camino de Santiago! about 5 years ago

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    There are many ways to do this, we are heading out in September and I have done a lot of research. You can do the whole camino or just a portion. There is also the option of taking it as it comes and just walking for as long as you'd like it to take. There are also companies that can pre-book hotels and do luggage transfers from town to town. about 5 years ago

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    Thanks all. Very useful info about 5 years ago

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    The municipal albergues cost about €5 a night. You will share a large room with around 60+ people. The beds are bunk beds and there is usually a male and female shower but sometimes they are unisex. The private albergues cost from around €7-15 and a room may sleep 6-8 people in bunk beds with a similar shower setup. Most towns have a €10 pilgrim meal which includes 3 courses, bread and red wine or water. Many town have hotels with prices starting at €30. You can do the Camino on €20-25 a day. about 5 years ago

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    If you have never watched the movie, The Way, with Martin Sheen, watch it! It is about the camino and you will see how things are there. A great story! over 3 years ago

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