Religious hostel (20, 5€, Easter to October) Casa de Peregrinos Emaús, depending which route you followed into Burgos either cross the bridge to the south bank of the river at Paseo del Rey or, if you're following the river, turn left on to Avenida de Castilla, then left on to Calle de San Pedro de Cardeña. On Calle de San Pedro de Cardeña. Communal evening meal and breakfast, donativo. 2000 curfew. Plush facilities in a beautifully renovated building. Run by Amigos del Camino. Mass and pilgrim blessing. Open 12:00
Religious hostel (16, 6€, March to November) Albergue de Santiago y Santa Catalina (Divina Pastor), left from the Camino shortly before the municipal hostel, on a small square on Calle Laín Calvo very near Plaza Mayor. Laundry facilities. Tel 947 207 952 Open 11:00
Municipal Hostel (150, 5€) Albergue Municipal de Burgos, on the Camino behind the cathedral, on Calle Fernán González. Microwaves, laundry facilities. Impersonal, modern mega-hostel. Tel 947 460 922 Open 12:00 (14:00 in winter)
Private hostel (68, 16,50€ with breakfast) Hostel Burgos, from the cathedral, walk through Arcos de Santa María, cross the river, and continue straight, it's left before you come to the bus station. on Calle Miranda. Laundry facilities, microwaves. Café / restaurant. Website www.hostelburgos.es Tel 654 492 979 Open 12:00 Book here!
Burgos has all services. Two supermarkets (El Árbol and Día) on Calle Calzadas, on the Camino before the centre, the centre itself has limited grocery shopping. Tourist Information left of Restaurant Don Nuño, turning right with your back to the cathedral ticket office. The main Post Office is south of the river across Puente de San Pablo. Library on Plaza San Juan. Fiestas San Lesmes 25 January, Fiesta del Curpillos 10 June, San Pedro y San Pablo 29 June.
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