Do you know how to have wifi during your Camino de Santiago?

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    Have you ever thought about doing the Camino de Santiago (the Way of St. James)? Have you already chosen which of the different routes you will do? Walking, biking, on horseback…? If you are interested in knowing our opinion, we recommend the so called French Wayenlace on foot, this ways links Roncesvalles(Navarra) and Somport(Aragón) with Santiago de Compostela, the most important and popular way of peregrine travelling to the city of Santiago de Compostela.

    If you already know how and which route you will follow during your Camino de Santiago, it is time to search and establish the different stages, the numerous accommodations where you will rest and the villages you want to visit in detail.

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    Something else you need to know prior starting your Camino de Santiago and perhaps you have not planned to organize, is the wayto keep in touch with your relatives, how you are going to have access the Internet during your time of pilgrimage. You should know that many accommodations, cultural and civic centers in the main villages in the route of the Camino de Santiago, as well as libraries, cafeterias or restaurants provide wifi for peregrines. However, most of them offer saturated and not very good internet connections.

    If you want to have access the internet 24/7 during your whole Camino de Santiago, AlldayInterentSpain gives you the opportunity to connect up to 5 different devices in a wireless mifi, through the Spanish 3G, so there will be no roaming charges and signal available in 95% of Spanish territory. Therefore, you will be able to enjoy wifi internet during your stay in the most rural villages, accommodations, ever during walks in the city center and during the route.

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    Many peregrines have trouble having access the internet during their Camino de Santiago so they cannot make use of social networks, talk via skype, whatsapp, not use interesting apps with GPS to calculate the itinerary, etc. Some town halls located in the route of the Camino de Santiago have established open wifi networks for peregrines. Many peregrines even say that numerous locals are aware of peregrines’ problem regarding internet connection, so they keep their wifi networks without codes for peregrines to use them whenever they need it.

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    A cost-effective and comfortable alternative is AlldayInternetSpain and you can share it with other peregrines. This is a wireless internet service for travelers and it is very interesting for those who want to have access the internet during the Camino de Santiago, to share their experiences in the social networks and use it while they take a break, in the accommodations, hotels or guesthouses, in any of the stages of the way. AlldayInternetSpain provides a mifi device, light and easy to use; we will send it to the place you prefer in order to start your route, for instance to Roncesvalles and you will have the option to return it in Santiago de Compostela upon your arrival. You can find more informationenlace related to how our wifiinternet service for travelers works:

    According to the website “Albergue Peregrinos Castilla y León”enlace, more than 54% of accommodations found in the Camino de Santiago provide Internet within their facilities, most of them through equipment of payment by coins. However, the main forums about the Camino de Santiago portray the real situation and the difficulties to have wifi during the trip.

    Now that you know how to have access the internet via wifi during your trip, you can make a comment about your most interesting aspect of this adventure. Don’t forget to share our post in social networks and forums, so other peregrines will also use it during their Camino de Santiago. 

    Published by:
    Julio R. Astarloa

    Comments (2)

    • Ernesto


      12 Junio 2013 at 05:47 |
      El Camino francés tiene su inicio en Somport (Aragón) y Roncesvalles (Navarra). Reconocidos ambos por la UNESCO en su catalogación como Patrimonio de la Humanidad.

      Rogamos corrijan su entrada
      • AlldayInternet


        25 Junio 2013 at 16:01 |
        Corregido!!!. Muchas gracias por la aclaración.

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