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Camino to Rome

Discover the Via Francigena, the Camino to Rome! Starting in Canterbury and crossing Europe, the Via Francigena is a spectacular and epic heritage trail dating back to the Middle Ages.

Follow in the pilgrims footsteps into Rome, the dazzling Eternal City. From Kent to the Champagne region, Lake Geneva and the mighty Alps, Tuscany, and the grand finale walking into the Vatican, the Via Francigena is packed with fascinating history and breathtaking landscapes.

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Discover the ‘Camino to Rome’, the Via Francigena, a stunning heritage trail dating back to the Middle Ages. From Canterbury’s Kent & France’s north to the Champagne region, Lake Geneva and the mighty Alps, Tuscany, and the finale arriving at the Vatican. The Via Francigena is full of history and amazing landscapes to explore on your way to Rome, the dazzling eternal city!

Tuscany-Panorama

Discover the ‘Camino to Rome’, the Via Francigena, a stunning heritage trail dating back to the Middle Ages. From Canterbury’s Kent & France’s north to the Champagne region, Lake Geneva and the mighty Alps, Tuscany, and the finale arriving at the Vatican. The Via Francigena is full of history and amazing landscapes to explore on your way to Rome, the dazzling eternal city!

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    A Via Francigena guided and self-guided tours are perfect for independent travellers: choose any section, travel any time of the year.

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    Our group tours are ideal if you'd like to share your Via Francigena experience with a group, make friends and travel with a local guide.

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Read our Latest Camino Articles

  • Twenty-four hours in Siena

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    On a trip walking the Via Francigena in Tuscany with three colleagues in October we elected to take an extra day to explore the hilltop city of Siena. It was a decision that I’d happily repeat. Here’s our top things to

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  • Culture: Gubbio’s race of the candles

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    The fascinating ‘Corsa dei Ceri’, which takes place every year on 15th May, is dedicated to St Ubaldo, patron saint of the city. Every year, the charming town of Gubbio comes alive for this quirky festival that has become a

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  • Most romantic trails on the Via Francigena

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    Love is in the air this week and what better way to celebrate than by rambling through the land that practically invented romance? Become doe-eyed in the home of Chianti, lose yourselves along Tuscan hills or become the stars of

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  • Walking the Via Francigena with Roberta

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    Roberta tells us all about her trip walking the Via Francigena in Tuscany and why it was a challenge she’ll never regret accepting! When I was first given the opportunity to choose between a walking or a cycling trip, the

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  • Carnival on the Via Francigena

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    The festival of Carnival has become synoymous worldwide with the South American nation of Brazil. But Carnival is actually celebrated in towns and villages all across Europe. In this week’s blogpost we’ll take a look at Carnival on the Via Francigena,

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What our customers say

  • “Full Way of St. Francis Trek…Life Changing!!! I just completed the 29 day Way of St. Francis from Florence to Rome. It was my first

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    Tim, US, St Francis Way from Florence to Rome, October 2016

  • “Excellent customer service. Bikes and accommodation were of a very high standard. The staff were very helpful. All the hotels had very pleasant staff, friendly

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    Kaylene, Australia, Cycling the Via Francigena from Aulla, September 2016

  • “I just completed a 17-day walk from Lausanne, Switzerland, to Vercelli, Italy, using Camino Ways, or technically, their affiliate, Francigena Ways. They delivered a great

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    Richard, United States, Laussane to Vercelli, August 2016

  • “Booked a Pilgrimage from Assisi to Rome. Good communication and follow up by mail. All papers received in due time before the trip. Baggage transfer,

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    John, Norway, St Francis Way cycling from Assisi, 2016

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    Jet, Australia, Cycling the Via Francigena to Rome, 2016

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