• The Walking Path
    The Walking Path

More than a thousand kilometers to travel, from the Great St. Bernard Pass to Rome, step by step, over easy mountain paths, mule tracks, rural and secondary roads, cypress-lined dirt roads or those shaded by majestic pines. Under your feet run the oldest streets of the beautiful country of Italy. Streets paved with river stones, slabs worn by the passage of time, until you reach the "cobblestones" of Rome. The trail will take you through villages where all roads lead to Rome. The official route of the Via Francigena is the safest, and was carefully designed to be traveled by all ages



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Criticalities along the Path

Valle d'Aosta: section disrupted in Etroubles, an alternative route available

The farm trail along the Via Francigena close to the Etroubles cemetery, which leads to Aguettes, has been closed to both pedestrian and vehicular access due to a landslide on Sunday 7th July.

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Sloways luggage transport on Via Francigena

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