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.
Slowly cycling through the western coast of Sicily you will be able to appreciate its vivid contrasts and extraordinary history.
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.
Salento is in the south-eastern most region of Italy lying in the so-called "heel of the boot". Situated in the centre of the Mediterranean Sea, this region is filled with memories of the different civilizations that inhabited it, from the Messapi, to the Greeks, followed by the Romans and then the Normans.
The right trip for those who dream of living all year round at the seaside: you will travel in the sunshine of the Riviera Ligure, through coastal villages where at every turn you will be able to answer the call of the sea.
Visit some of Italy’s most famed cultural centre such as Pisa, Lucca and Florence as well as its lesser know and more intimate corners, such as Calci, where a world-famous Natural History Museum is housed and Vinci, where Leonardo da Vinci was born.
Cycling on Via Francigena from Pavia to Lucca: a journey that starts in the green Po valley and takes you to Tuscany, ending in medieval Lucca
Cycling on Via Francigena, from Siena to Rome: cycling through a postcard-like landscape, between art towns, the famous Tuscan countryside and local food.
The first part of the Via Francigena cycling itinerary takes you from the snowy peaks of Grand St. Bernard to the fertile Pianura Padana plain, cycling throughout the rolling Piedmont hills. Admire the unique scenery of the "Checkered Sea" around Vercelli, take your time to sunbathe on the fluvial beaches, contemplate the Alps that dominate the scenery as you cycle in the valleys descending through orchards and woods.
A journey that links two of the most beautiful historical cities in Italy, cycling through other extraordinary places.
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!
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