The Via Francigena, or Camino to Rome, is a 1900km-long pilgrimage route crossing most of Europe from the UK to
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The city of Siena is one of the highlights along the Via Francigena in Tuscany. Siena is a UNESCO-listed city
Tuscany is world renowned as being one of the most beautiful parts of Italy. The Via Francigena route which passes
How long does the Via Francigena take? The Via Francigena, or Camino to Rome, covers over 2000kms from Canterbury in
Section 14 of the Via Francigena, Italy’s Camino, starts in the magnificent walled city of Lucca, in Tuscany, and finishes
The route of the Via Francigena to Dover follows that of the North Downs Way and takes you along quiet
The Val d’Orcia in Tuscany is one of the must-see regions of the Via Francigena and one of the highlights
Section Nine of the Via Francigena covers a distance of 157 kilometres and is one of the most spectacular sections
If you are walking or cycling the Saint Francis Way or Via Francigena, Camino to Rome we would absolutely recommend
The Via Francigena or Camino to Rome takes pilgrims across some of Europe’s most stunning regions, including Tuscany in Italy.