Reached Zamora which is the end of the Camino Levante. We connect here with the Camino Via de la Plata (VDLP) which starts 565 kilometers to the south in Seville.
The Camino of “Solitude” proved to be an appropriate alias for Camino Levante as we completed its 850 Kilometers without seeing a single fellow pilgrim.
From here we head north for 2 days and then in Granja de Moreruela connect to the Camino Sanabres where we veer west to Galicia and Santiago de Compostela via Ourense.
But first a day off to explore the beautiful city of Zamora. And why not enjoy a fabulous meal at Sancho 2 with some full bodied local Toro wine.
4 thoughts on “Day 29 Toro to Zamora.”
These photos are fabulous. I’ve been to Zamora before , and simply loved it – but your photos are making it seem even better than I remember. Seeing it all through your lens.
Q. Is the place ‘Sancho 2’ actually ‘in’ Zamora ?
I would like to visit there .. yum.
Also having looked at your blog history – it seems that is very little about any of the caminos that you don’t know. Buen viaje !
Thank you Annie. Yes, Sancho 2 is in Zamora just 10 minute walk from the main plaza. There is plenty I don’t know but I am enjoying the attempt to get to know all of her.
I hope you stayed in the albergue, which was in the old walls. One of my best camino memories, stopped there few times, volunteered twice. I love Zamora! It has 24 Romanesque churches!
Not this time but I did 5 years ago when walking from Seville on Via de la Plata. Bery nice albergue. I love the Romanesque churches. Their simplicity has grown on me. 24 wow. I’ll have to go back.