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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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  • Guided Tours

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

  • Private Groups

    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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    Talk to us about your Via Francigena walking holiday idea and we’ll send you a suggested itinerary and free quotation.

Read our Latest Camino Articles

  • Rome in a day: 24 hours in the Italian capital

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    The magical Via Francigena trail finishes in historic Rome. Although 24 hours isn’t a lot of time to explore one the world’s most visited places but it will give you a taste of Italian life. Here are a few suggestions

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  • Top summer festivals in Italy

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    Summer has arrived and we are ready to party. Pack your sun glasses, sun cream and camera and head to some of the top summer festivals in Italy. If you are planning on walking the Via Francigena in Italy this

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  • Recipe: Sausage, chilli and fennel pasta

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    One of the things I love about Italy is the food. The variety and quality mean that there is something for just about every taste and mood. This is one of my all-time favourite recipes. It’s quick, simple and tasty.

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  • Free Webinar: Walking in Italy

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    Join us for a free webinar on May 16th at 4:30pm. In this free online talk Juanma will discuss the most popular trails when you are walking in Italy. For this free online talk we are going to provide information

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  • Things to do during Easter in Rome

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    Are you planning to finish your Via Francigena walk this Easter in Rome? With Easter being one of the most important weeks in the Catholic calendar This is a great time to spend a few days in the capital of

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

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