Longing for a last minute escape? Mild temperatures and quieter tracks make Autumn months, particularly September and October, possibly the
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The Cammino di Francesco or Way of St Francis in Italy takes pilgrims on a journey across the land St
If you have the chance to walk the Via Francigena in Tuscany in early July or mid-August, you might be able
The Via Francigena is one of the longest pilgrimage routes in Europe. From Canterbury to Rome, the trail takes walkers
The towers of San Gimignano, perched on a pretty Tuscan hilltop, are one of the most magnificent and unusual views
Easter is a fantastic time to discover the Via Francigena, particularly if you’d like to experience Easter in Italy, its
Leaving off from Canterbury in the UK, traversing through the land of love, France, through picturesque Switzerland and onto Italy;
Looking to give your Christmas celebrations an Italian flavour inspired by the Via Francigena, the Camino to Rome? Valeria from
Christmas is a special time of the year and each country has its own unique Christmas traditions. Italy, including the regions
It is difficult to estimate the exact number of Via Francigena pilgrims, those walking or cycling any of the sections