The Val d’Aosta and Piedmonte are served by the Turin-Caselle airport, connected to Turin by the railway line Torino-Ceres. The closest stage on the Francigena is Santhià on the main route and Turin on the variant from Valsusa.
Lombardy has three international airports. The closest stage of the Francigena is Pavia.
Milano – Malpensa, which is connected to Milan by the train Trenord Malpensa Express (running every 15 minutes);
Bergamo -Orio al Serio, the principal Italian airport for low-cost airlines. It is connected to Milan, Bergamo and Turin by shuttles.
Milano – Linate, serves domestic and European routes and is connected to Milan by bus.
In Emilia, the airport is Bologna – Borgo Panigale and is one of the main Italian airports serving European destinations. You can reach Bologna by shuttle bus which runs frequently. The closest stage of the Francigena is: Fidenza.
In Liguria, the airport is Genova-Sestri Ponente and is connected by two railway stations to the city of Genoa and by an hourly-shuttle bus. The closest stage is: Sarzana.
In Tuscany there are two main international airports:
Pisa – San Giusto airport is the main airport for the regional and is connected by shuttle to the railway station Pisa Centrale. The closest stage of the Francigena is: Lucca.
The Firenze Peretola airport, with domestic and European destinations, is connected to the centre of Florence by tram. The closest Francigena stage is: San Minato.
Nel Lazio there are two main airports which offer connections:
The Roma – Ciampino airport, with destinations throughout Europe, is connected to the centre of the city by train and by bus.