Via Francigena. The Road to Rome

  • The Walking Path
    The Walking Path

More than a 2000 kilometers to travel, from Canterbury 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 these beautiful countries. 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

Attention: landslide in Casalina, Pontremoli (Tuscany) (Via Francigena Italy, stage 22)

We have been informed that in the town of Casalina, along the stage that leads from the Cisa Pass to Pontremoli, a landslide has occurred on the road that passes through the town, causing the wall supporting the road to collapse.

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Via Francigena stages in Vercelli - Pavia are repaired

The stages in the area of Vercelli and Pavia between Vercelli and Robbio suffered major damage following the floods of the past few weeks. Now, the two sections have been repaired and can be walked through again, thanks to the valuable work of volunteers.

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Via Francigena in the South: deviation on the Stage 3 in Velletri - Cori

Kindly note a route deviation on the stage Velleteri - Cori.

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Sloways luggage transport on Via Francigena

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