It is up to you: travel on foot or by bicycle? You can follow the footsteps of Sigerico on Via Francigena or find yourself traveling on other paths that lead you to historical places and breathtaking landscapes.
A shorter version of the Via degli Dei, that allows you to walk the most pictoresque and wilder areas in just 5 days. Immerse yourself in the quiet of the Appennini mountains!
The historic path from Spoleto to Rieti takes you on the footsteps of St. Francis, you will be able to feel his presence as you wander through the magnificent countryside, walking through forests, fields, vineyards and olive groves, with always a medieval town on a hill in sight
The Magna Via Francigena is not a trip or a holiday, it’s a “journey” of discovery that, like a budding wild flower, slowly opens up to reveal a vibrant, colourful and scented heart. Leave behind the bustling art-filled cities and archaeological sites that line the coasts of Sicily and step by step, village by village traverse one of Italy’s last frontiers.
An itinerary of stunning beauty through still untouched countryside. You will walk from Bari, on the coasts of Apulia, eventually reaching Matera (UNESCO Heritage site) famous throughout the world for the "Sassi", one of the most unique landscapes in Europe.
Are you ready to leave for an adventurous ride around our unique country? The cycling itinerary of Via Francigena takes you on an epic journey from the snowy peaks of Grand St. Bernard to Rome, through the Appennines and the scenic Tuscan countryside. It's the trip of a lifetime!
The complete itinerary of the Italian Via Francigena, from Grand St. Bernard to Rome. A 50-days trip that will make you appreciate with calm and slowness the extraordinary variety of our country. SloWays knows Via Francigena well, because for years we have been active in the preservation, marking and mapping of this route.
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