The Via Francigena

The ancient route that in medieval times connected Canterbury to Rome and to the harbors of Apulia has been discovered by modern wayfarers, who set off on a surprising and enchanting route. Since 2001 the European association of vie Francigene coordinates the development and promotion of an itinerary that runs across Italy and Europe, retracing the history of our continent.



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Via Francigena, the new edition of the magazine

The V “Comuni in cammino” Forum will be the perfect opportunity for the presentation of the 44th edition of the "Via Francigena and the European Cultural Routes" magazine.

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Slow Happy Hour, aperitifs dedicated to cultural routes

Our dates with slow travel return: from the 25th January 2018 the Gogol' Hostel in Milan will dedicate one evening per month to a "Slow Happy Hour", a 4 series event dedicated to the great routes.

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