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Santiago Route to France by Train or Bus

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I will include visit to Santiago in itinerary in September. I am active and good on trails. My plan is to arrive first into Lisbon to join tour group, staying near Porto. I got a good deal on hotel with some day trips included. I will then continue to Santiago for overnight, visiting historic Cathedral travel by train or bus, continuing onward into France making 1 or 2 stops overnight.

I hope to walk on some area of Camino trail at least once if this is possible just to enjoy experience, but am not sure which stop is best? I have a map and considered Leon overnight or Burgos, which would be a good distance,,but not sure if those areas would be close enough for me pick up Camino for a few hours each day? I then need to continue into France for flight out of Toulouse. Any help with my route much appreciated. I might also change this route if someone has better choices for me but I will be using public transportation.
I looked at RENFE and ALSA to calculate distances and see the fares are expensive. Not sure if senior discounts are offered on public transportation? Thanks to all for guidance

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