Via Francigena. The Road to Rome

  • The Cycling Path
    The Cycling Path

You cycle swiftly along the main embankment of the Po; with a slightly greater effort you will follow the dirt roads of the Tuscan hills; on the bike route along the Dora River or on the disused railway from Colle val d'Elsa to Poggibonsi you will be completely safe from speeding traffic. The cycle route of Via Francigena, between the Great St. Bernard Pass and Rome, differs little from that pedestrian, but seeks to find the best solutions, allowing you to ride in peace, avoiding obstacles and reducing gradients: with a little 'training, all may take on this memorable trip on either a hybrid or mountain bike



Criticalities along the Path

Sloways luggage transport on Via Francigena
Sito Ufficiale EuroVelo 5


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