Mindfulness and slowing down on a pilgrimage
Centuries ago, pilgrimage was the only way to discover the world. Today, the slowness of this way of travelling is what makes pilgrimage so appealing – even away from the Catholic faith. Chapels, monasteries and other ecclesiastical sites are always significant spiritual places. So it is hardly surprising that more and more people are longing for a pilgrimage. Discover selected pilgrimage routes across Europe on our Eurohike hiking tours with luggage transfer. The Eurohike WanderPlus guarantees that you can fully concentrate on your relaxation and active time out, while everything else is taken care of. This includes personal on-site support, luggage transfer, detailed travel documents, as well as cosy hotels and accommodation during your pilgrimage hiking tour.
Pilgrimage on the Way of St. James: Pilgrim Trail from Salzburg to Tyrol
This varied hiking holiday Pilgrim Trail from Salzburg to Tyrol guarantees you plenty of soothing moments in nature and a wonderful break on the wonderful hiking paths along the Way of St. James between Salzburg and Tyrol. The starting point of your active journey is in the Trumer lakes area. Starting from Oberhofen am Irrsee, you hike to the Wallersee and finally to Eugendorf. The following day, the route leads to the once prince-archbishop city of Salzburg and on the fourth day of your journey to Bad Reichenhall in Bavaria. The next stage leads you back to the Salzburger Land and after an overnight stay in Unken, you hike to Waidring in Tyrol the next day. The last day's stage on the Way of St. James will also impress you: the dreamlike route leads past the Pillersee lake to St. Jakob and ultimately to St. Johann in Tyrol. Between mountains, lakes, rivers and cultural sights, relaxing moments of tranquillity await you on this hiking holiday with luggage transfer.
Pilgrimage on the Way of St. James: From Munich into Allgäu
On our hiking holiday from Munich into Allgäu, you will experience a diverse selection of monasteries, churches, chapels worth seeing and one very special thing – the wonderful natural landscape, which will provide a soothing feeling for body and soul. In eight days, this active tour will take you from Munich first to Schäftlarn and the following day from Starnberg to Dießen. From the fourth day of your hiking tour, the stages will lead you through the southern Bavarian region of Pfaffenwinkel with plenty of important pilgrimage churches. After a restful night in Weilheim, you march along the Way of St. James first to Hoher Peißenberg, with an impressive mountain panorama of the Zugspitze, and finally to Peiting. The destination of your next hiking day is Halblech. Something special awaits you on this route – the pilgrimage Church of Wies, also called the Wieskirche, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The last stage of this hiking tour on the Way of St. James takes you to Lake Forggensee and to your final destination in Füssen. Special highlights of this stage are the King Ludwig castles of Hohenschwangau and Neuschwanstein.
- Our hiking tip: This hiking holiday on the Way of St. James is also wonderfully suitable for hiking with a dog.
Pilgrimage on the Way of St. James: Camino de Santiago „Camino Francés“
Explore the classic section of what is probably the most famous pilgrimage route in all of Europe on our walking holiday Camino de Santiago „Camino Francés“. You will walk from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela on the last hundred kilometres of the "Camino Francés" and immerse yourself in a particularly relaxing time-out in Spain. Along the entire route on the Camino, you will get to know the best of the country, people, culture and, of course, the typical Galician cuisine. The stage towns of this active tour are Sarria, Portomarín, Palas de Rei, Arzúa, Arca and finally the destination of all pilgrims - Santiago de Compostela. The last day of your hiking tour offers you the opportunity to visit the imposing cathedral of Santiago, as well as the historic old town, which is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.