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.
The last steps before Rome: a surprising camino starting with the enchanting medieval town of Viterbo, which has a district dedicated to the pilgrims who, for centuries, have walked on these ancient Etruscan roads. Admire the Roman amphitheatre of Sutri and finally take your first glimpse the dome of Saint Peter’s.
A backpacking camino that starts and ends in two extraordinary artistic centres: Lucca and Siena. This journey through the Tuscan countryside takes you to renowned medieval villages such as San Gimignano and Monteriggioni, but also includes surprising, off-the-beaten track towns like San Miniato and Colle Val d’Elsa.
Pedal through the quintessential Tuscan landscape of vineyards and olive groves from Pisa to Florence, passing through Lucca and Vinci, the birthplace of Leonardo.
Cycle through the magnificent glacial valleys of South Tyrol and Trentino and discover the traditional lifestyle in the quaint old towns along the way.
Puglia’s coastal trail, from Otranto to Gagliano del Capo, is a perfect synthesis of all the wonders Apulia has to offer: epic views, amazing swimming spots, unknown villages waiting to be explored and windswept, undisturbed nature.
Are you ready to immerse yourself in the typical colors of the Tuscan countryside? On this backpacking trip, you will travel along the legendary Senese dirt roads ("strade bianche"), through the Val d’Arbia and Val d’Orcia. Along the way, you will encounter postcard-like villages such as Bagno Vignoni, with its thermal pool in the middle of the square, and Radicofani.
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