There are ten different routes that you can do to reach St. Andrew’s Cathedral in Scotland but the most popular one starts in Edinburgh.
Known as St. Margaret’s Way, this route starts in the centre of Edinburgh and is 100km (62miles) in length and can be split into three to eight-day pilgrimages.
This route follows the footsteps of Scotland’s patron saint, St. Andrew. This Camino takes you on bike paths and quiet roads to the Forth Road Bridge, then spectacular scenic coastal tracks and former pilgrim trails through local communities, to the famous ancient town of St Andrews.
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Originally published on 14th April 2020