Via Francigena has been nominated for a Cultural Brands Award 2020, a contest coordinated by Causales, a leading agency for cultural marketing and sponsorship in Germany.Read More
On 3 October 2020 participants of an event "I love Francigena" will walk from Fornovo di Taro (Parma) to Corte di Giarola, Collecchio. During this trek they will discover one of Via Francigena variants between from Fornovo di Taro to Collecchio.Read More
On 26 September 2020 participants of an event "I love Francigena" will walk from San Pancrazio (Parma) to Collecchio.Read More
Beatrice Moricci is a Tuscan photographer who has used the time of Covid to take time for herself. She walked along the Via Francigena, traveling all over Italy from the summit of the Grand Saint Bernard Pass to the far south, Santa Maria di Leuca, 1800 km along the Via Francigena.Read More
Kindly note a route deviation on the stage Velleteri - Cori.Read More
Stefano Ghidotti, president and founder of the Association "Parkinson & Sport" and Simone Masotti met during an interview. Their beautiful friendship was born immediately: together they to realise their dream into a project - the first of three bike trips along the Via Francigena, starting 5 September for nine days and a total of 791 km.Read More
Bagno Vignoni (Si), the spa center of the Val d’Orcia, UNESCO World Heritage Site, organises literary encounters on Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 September.Read More
The EAVF is happy to disseminate a statement from the Association Friends of the Via Francigena Viterbo, expressing an availability of volunteers to assist pilgrims.Read More
"Free Wheel" is a cross media project and a web-doc platform, which tell you a story of Pietro Scidurlo, a man with limited abilities travelling along the Via Francigena by hand-bicycle.Read More
It all started on 13 August, when Valerio started the Via Francigena from the Grand Saint Bernard Pass. He would walk and narrate about his journey in a comic book then.Read More
On 24 – 28 August the team of the European Association of the Via Francigena ways (EAVF) will be travelling from Calais to Besançon along the French Via Francigena on GR®145, the cultural route of the Council of Europe.Read More
Two team members of the European Association of the Via Francigena ways EAVF aretraveling along the Swiss part of the route from 26 July to 8 August 2020.
Luca Bruschi, EAVF director, and Elena Dubinina, International Relations advisor, walk from Orbe to the Grand Saint Bernard Pass, one of the most fascinating points of the Via Francigena, during a 10-day trip.