The Sacra di San Michele announces the contents of the new issue of the "Via Francigena and the European Cultural Routes" magazine. The 46th edition of the biannual magazine of the European Association of Via Francigena Ways will be presented on Saturday 1st December at 3:30pm at the Castle and Civic Museum of Susa.
2018 is a year full of novelties for the Via Francigena guidesin Italy. The Terre di Mezzo publishing company, in collaboration with the European Association of Via Francigena Ways (EAVF), has published the first edition in French, dedicated to the stretch from the Great St Bernard Pass to Rome.
The Via Francigena in France is considered a "great excursion" route within the Council of Europe Cultural Routes Programme. Since 2016, the municipality of Ornans (Burgundy-Franche-Comté) has been committed to increasing services along the way to facilitate pilgrims and hikers who follow the Via Francigena.
The Via Francigena in France takes another step forward. Thanks to the agreement signed on 14th September between the EAVF (European Association of Via Francigena Ways) and FFRP (Fédération Française de la RandonnéePédestre), the complete section of the route in France- reported as GR145®- isavailable on the website www.viefrancigene.org.
The cultural routes of the Council of Europe, paths of faith and new meetings: this is the title of the day scheduled for 27th November at the Palais d'Europe in Strasbourg, organised by the Permanent Observer of the Holy See to the Council of Europe.
The General Assembly of the European Association of Via Francigena Ways will take place on 9th November 2018 in Ivrea, at the Giacosa Theatre. Members and friends of the Association from England, France, Switzerland and Italy will be present, as well as all those interested in the European route.
"The Via Francigena del Sud - Appia on its way to certification. Role of the associations": this was the theme at the centre of the meeting organised by the Via Francigena del Sud Committee in the Appia Antica Park on 20th October.
The philosopher Spinoza wrote: "The road that leads to knowledge is a road that passes by good meetings" and undoubtedly good and profitable were those that concluded the weekend at the Abbey of Spineto, in Sarteano at the conference "Tuscany on its way ... towards other regions".
Officially part of Via Francigena termale in Tuscany. The project, presented on 10th October at the headquarters of the Region of Tuscany in Florence, aims to offer a service to those who make the journey and want to broaden the pilgrim experience through a proposal dedicated to well-being.
The deadline for participation in the literary prize "Intanto Parto ... tales and prose on the road" has been extended. The entries may be sent in until 18th November 2018 (the first deadline was 15th October 2018).