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This is Lithuania’s first and only trail specially designed for solo, crosscountry hiking. Stretching over 1,000 kilometres, Camino Lituano eventually meets its older sibling – the Camino de Santiago (Way of St. James).
This is Lithuania’s first and only trail specially designed for solo, crosscountry hiking. Stretching over 1,000 kilometres, Camino Lituano eventually meets its older sibling – the Camino de Santiago (Way of St. James). Its main 500 kilometre route consists of 21 stages, going from Žagrė to Seinai, with several branches joining along the way. This means that you can start your trip at the LatvianLithuanian border, at Pikeliai (Žemaitija Region) or Germaniškis (Aukštaitija Region). By the way, hiking the Camino Lituano is certainly not something exclusive to people on a spiritual pilgrimage. In our times, the word “pilgrim” also encompasses those seeking a better selfunderstanding, meeting new people, or visiting cultural and natural landmarks.

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