Many of you have asked about the specifics of food on the Via Francigena such as what meals are included
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Martin from the FrancigenaWays.com and Greenlife Tours group tours department picks six fantastic walking routes for groups looking to embark
Travel journalist and photographer Gavin Gough embarks on a pilgrimage to Rome. It is during our daydreaming sessions, those moments
The Via Francigena is one of the longest pilgrimage routes in Europe. From Canterbury to Rome, the trail takes walkers
Picture the scene: cycling or strolling through lush countryside, the Mediterranean sun hot on your skin, drinking some of the best
The romantic capital of Italy is home to some of the world’s most treasured buildings, artefacts and history. Rome is
This week we have a special treat of a delicious recipe from our friend Massimo from the Tuscany Truffle Academy.
There are several Saint Francis Way certificates available to walkers: Saint Francis Way certificate of pilgrimage You can get your
We caught up with Fabio Dipinto to celebrate the completion of his Via Francigena documentary ‘I Volti della Via Francigena’.
What makes the Via Francigena special? This is one of the world’s longest marked walking routes, covering 2,000 kilometres, that