Via Francigena

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Awaiting ‘I Love Francigena’ in Emilia Romagna

he European Association of Via Francigena Ways (EAVF) and APT Emilia Romagna walk together for the Via Francigena.

Between June and July four days of inspection and fine tuning are planned in the Piacenza and Parma section of the route. The initiative, realised with the support of APT Emilia Romagna and in collaboration with the Fiorenzuola in Movimento Association, will consist of the checking and management of the route, from the Guado del Po to the Cisa Pass, two symbolic places of the Via Francigena. The days will be out in the field and activities will be coordinated by the EAVF staff.

The appointment, free and open to all, awaits “I Love Francigena“, the format devised by the EAVF with the technical support of Itineraria, which, in September, will involve the public and fans in two days of checking and discovery of some stages of the great European path.

A traveling celebration, with the aim of involving walking enthusiasts, tour operators and associations involved in the promotion and enhancement of the cultural route. A “social” event trip to which you can register shortly. The EAVF will narrate it with images and video interviews on the official Via Francigena Facebook page, on the site https://www.viefrancigene.org/en/I-love-francigena/, in addition to the regional institutional website camminiemiliaromagna.it.

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