The Camino de Santiago, the Camino de Santiago, or the Way of Saint James, was originally a religious hiking route to Santiago de Compostela, the capital of Spanish Galicia. The final point is the Cathedral of St. James. Here, according to legend, the relics of the saint are buried. In the Middle Ages, Christians from all over Europe visited the cathedral. Now the path for many has no religious motives, but rather personal ones. Some may want to test themselves, to find answers to their internal questions or life problems, which led them to the passage of the path. Many reasons.