The Camino de Madrid starts from the capital of Spain and crosses the Sierra de Guadarrama from the port of Fuenfría (1790 m.), Runs along the northern plateau in the provinces of Segovia, Valladolid and Leon through the Tierra de Pinares, Montes torozos and Tierra de Campos, Sahagún to join the Camino de Santiago.
The current Madrid was founded in 854, soon discovered the tomb of the Apostle in Compostela. From 1085 returns to Christian hands and the late twelfth century one of the ten parishes with which the city is dedicated to James. The Camino de Madrid crosses the Sierra de Guadarrama on the remains of the Roman road XXIV of Itinerary of Antonio, whose line continues to Segovia and Simancas (Valladolid), which was used until the twentieth century by the Galician harvesters from the Lugo province Castile came to harvest.
The road was marked in 1996 by the Association of Madrid. Between 2001 and 2004 the Community of Madrid installed milestones granite and ceramics in the province of Madrid. National Parks in 2004 signaled milestones from the Port of Fuenfría to Segovia. In 2005 the Council of Valladolid put milestones in the province of Valladolid, in 2006 the local action groups of Segovia, Valladolid and Leon installed granite milestones in their respective provinces.