• Where to Sleep
    Where to Sleep

Arriving at your destination at the end of a day's walk on the Via Francigena you receive a special welcome: a smile, a glass water, help to remove your backpack – the human contact that adds an important element to the trip. This applies both to "pilgrim" accommodation, and private facilities, which host those travelling on the Francigena at reduced prices. Taking advantage of the low cost accommodation, walkers are often faced with sleeping in basic rooms, but essential facilities are always guaranteed and very often come with excellent quality and professionalism.



“Via Francigena friendly” accommodation

 

Hotels, B&Bs, agritourism, which can be found within 1 km max from the path

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Accommodations that support the official website of the Via Francigena

 

Pilgrim's and Tourist's accommodations 

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Interactive Map

 

Have a look at postion of the accommodations on the interactive map

 

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How to become part of our network

 

Do you run an accommodation facility or a food court on the Via? Enter our network and you will be insert in the pdf that we send to each pilgrim!

 

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News

 
The first step: how and why to get on the road along the Via Francigena or the Cammino de Santiago

From the 16th to the 18th February 2018 a traveling seminar will be held dedicated to all those who wish to travel on foot to Santiago or Rome, or travel other great routes, but do not think they are up to it (or they just need some information!).

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SESSA ARUNCA (Campania Region, Province of Caserta) – RUTI SAN PIETRO PLOT

New accommodation facility for pilgrims, surrounded by suggestive vineyards and olive groves of the Via Francigena in the South, located in Ruti di Lauro, Sessa Arunca (Caserta, Italy) http://www.viefrancigene.org/it/resource/accomodation/4086/ http://www.tenutarutisanpietro.it https://www.facebook.com/tenutarutisanpietro/

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Offerte e soggiorni

 
Sloways luggage transport on Via Francigena