Night-time tour: Goose game, Knight Templars and "Camino"
Few people know, but the traditional game of the oca has much to do with the Camino de Santiago.
Many are the researchers who have looked for a proof of it, but despite this almost nobody knows the secret symbols that over time have been erased from our minds. When the pilgrimage began, most people were illiterate, they spoke different languages, the maps did not exist and, as a consequence, the Camino a Santiago was hostile and dangerous.
The Knight Templars were in charge of designing an authentic guide with the resources that they had at that ages to ensure that any faithful, regardless of their language or cultural level, was able to reach The City of the Apostle.
- Meeting in Plaza Praterias.
- Guided nite-seeing visit around the historical center of Santiago de Compostela.
- Come back to the starting point to be able to ask some questions.
- End of visit.
- 8 of March Square, Santiago de Compostela.
- Remind that to use comfortable footwear could improve the visit.
- Try to get in the meeting point at least 10 minutes before.
- Guided visit around Goose game and Knight Templars.
- English or spanish speaking guide.